11/13/19 O&A NYC WALESTYLEZ HIP HOP WEDNESDAY: Alicia Keys – Show Me Love ft. 21 Savage, Miguel

The veteran songstress is introducing the official remix of Show Me Love. This time around, Alicia Keys and Miguel are joined by 21 Savage, giving injecting some Auto-Tune drenched street rap flows into the song’s style and sonic direction. Continue reading

8/21/19 O&A NYC WALESTYLEZ HIP HOP WEDNESDAY: 21 Savage ft. J.Cole – Alot

 A Lot is by Atlanta based hip hop artist 21 Savage featuring J.Cole.The audio of the song was released on December 20, 2018. The song was written by 21 Savage, Cole, DJ Dahi and Anthony White, and it samples I Love You by East of Underground. Continue reading

1/30/19 O&A NYC WALESTYLEZ HIP HOP WEDNESDAY: 21 Savage – Nothin New

21 Savage has released two studio albums, one collaborative album, two mixtapes, two extended plays and 20 singles including 13 as a featured artist. Continue reading

1/23/19 O&A NYC WALESTYLEZ HIP HOP WEDNESDAY: Metro Boomin – 10 Freaky Girls ft. 21 Savage

Metro Boomin has returned with a vintage-styled music video for 10 Freaky Girls featuring 21 Savage, the first track off the producer’s debut album Not All Heroes Wear Capes. Continue reading

12/1/18 O&A NYC SONG OF THE DAY: Travis Scott – YOSEMITE

Astroworld is an album by Hip Hop artist Travis Scott. It was released on August 3, 2018, by Cactus Jack Records, Epic Records and Grand Hustle Records. Continue reading

11/24/17 O&A NYC SONG OF THE DAY: Post Malone – Rockstar ft. 21 Savage

Rockstar by Hip Hop artist Post Malone. It was released on September 15, 2017, by Republic Records from his upcoming project Beerbongs & Bentleys. The track features a guest verse from fellow Hip Hop artist 21 Savage, also was produced by Tank God and Louis Bell. Continue reading

10/16/17 O&A NYC SONG OF THE DAY: 21 Savage Shares Powerful Message On Racism

21 Savage shared a new track from his debut project Issa Album called Nothin New, which come directly into the topic of systemic and institutional racism. The Atlanta rapper change in tone is a direct response to critics who feel he only raps about drugs, women, and violence. Continue reading