21 Savage has gone through a lot in the last year, but its’ made him stronger. The Atlanta based rapper sat down with Billboard to talk about his music and his recent brush with the law. He touches on how he battles activism along with music following his ICE arrest. He spoke on his philanthropic 21 Savage Bank Account Campaign which will give 21 teens $1,000 each to start a savings accounts. He’s also teaming up with nonprofits Juma and Get Schooled to pair 150 at-risk Atlanta youth with jobs by June. He’s trying to do his part for his community plus empowering the youth in the process, good job!
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