He reflects on the altercation with no remorse, even though the action got him expelled from every school in De Kalb County.It’s different hearing him talk about the things he raps about, without a beat banging in the background you have to confront the severity of his words. Atlanta’s latest street rapper might be more street than rapper.There’s no lies in his lyrics, the settings that he describes sound like recollections, reliving the moments that have happened or things that he’s prepared to do.
Trapped in the trap regardless if you’re flipping actual bricks or rapping about them.
Buying a pistol with a 30 round clip is not the same as documenting a turbulent relationship.
Over 550K viewers have watched 21 Savage’s “Red Opps,” but how many of them could actually, truly relate?
How will you feel about blasting his music on the way to your suburban school?
If it turns out that he's lying this entire time, does his career end?