J. Cole Offers His Thoughts On 21 Savage’s ICE Arrest

J. Cole offers 21 Savage some much-needed words of encouragement. Once, J. Cole and 21 Savage may have been considered unlikely collaborators. Yet in the wake of I Am > I Was intro “A Lot,” it seems as if the pair were always destined to link up. Many have already come to favor the soulful and reflective single, which Cole himself injected with a little bit of development. “Yeah, I just came from the A,” says Cole, prior to beginning his verse. “I drove back home, six-hour drive, six-and-a-half. Before I left I stopped by to see…

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Chris Brown Tells Offset “Fight Me” Over 21 Savage ICE Arrest Meme

Chris Brown’s ready to square up with Offset. Offset‘s made it clear that he wasn’t finding any of the memes about 21 Savage‘s arrest amusing. The rapper appeared to put Demi Lovato on blast for saying the memes were the best part of the Super Bowl. However, Offset wasn’t done defending 21’s honor. Chris Brown posted a clip of 21 Savage’s XXL Freshman freestyle cypher that was dubbed with Big Shaq’s vocals on “Mans Not Hot.” “Memes ain’t funny lame,” Offset said in the comment section. Breezy clearly saw this and issued his own response to Offset. View…

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Despite 21 Savage’s birthplace, it’s clear his identity is deeply intertwined with Atlanta.

From his earliest days as a hip-hop artist, 21 Savage has been synonymous with Atlanta. Right from the outset of his debut release The Slaughter Tape, the young MC staked his allegiance to his city and the specific project that shaped his outlook and life trajectory as a whole: “VVS diamonds I done flooded out my wrist, I ain’t talkin bout Toronto when I say I’m in the 6” His music would be littered with representations of the Eastside Atlanta streets that were intrinsic to his life, becoming a trademark quality to his music. While…

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