Aug 7, 2017

by liammccarthy


Atlanta native 21 Savage is giving back to his community in the best way possible. On Sunday afternoon, the rapper held his second annual back-to-school drive on Glenwood Road in partnership with Spotify to give back to the city that raised him. With the help of countless volunteers and donations, Savage gifted hundreds of children new school supplies including backpacks, writing utensils and more while also offering free haircuts to kids of all ages.

Also taking to the stage to perform his smash hit “Bank Account,” Savage truly showed his city how to have a good time while simultaneously spreading the wealth. In an interview at the event, the rapper told HotNewHipHop “It’s important because this is where I came from, I never really had influences like this. Nobody really did anything like this.”