“How much money you got, A LOT! How many people done doubted you? A LOT!” 21 Savage has been one of our inspirations for the young generation. After releasing his recent project, i am > i was, he has made many contributions to the urban community, as far as, helping 150 children to start a bank account plus more for them. The Atlanta native has been doing nothing but positive things by far and we will continue to shine the light about it. We are glad that Roc Nation saved one of our brothers throughout the mess that had happened a few months ago because we needed our King!
Some of the accomplishments the “Bank Account” rapper is planning on doing is giving 150 jobs to the urban community to at-risk children in Georgia at Camp Jewel House Academy by June of 2019. It will consist of working at the concession venues for sports and entertainment. They will also get the experience of training and getting career opportunities. Lastly, he will be starting his 21 Savage Bank Account Campaign that will have him teach teens about financial literacy.
With his album being No. 1, he wanted to do something different by giving his fans a project that shouldn’t focus on who is featuring on it but just really listening to the album. I would say HE is a WINNER to me! With his hit single “a lot” that features J. Cole, I pay homage to both artists by setting trends in this hip-hop game and providing real lyrics to us. 21 Savage has punchlines that will make you reconsider that he is getting closer to reality with his rhymes. Atlanta rapper has been savage ever since the day he stepped into the hip-hop scene and has been owning up to the name. He provided us a study guide for the new listeners, who came onto the scene, but for the fans who already knew how capable he was from the start.
I would say that 21 Savage is living the American Dream of the rap game and it will continue to be that.
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