21 Savage Grows Up On “i am > i was”
When Atlanta rapper, 21 Savage first broke onto the mainstream hip-hop scene, he faced a lot of backlash from rap traditionalists for his lowkey almost monotonous delivery and surface level lyrics. Many compared his his mumble rap style to contemporaries like Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert and Kodak Black. Unlike these artists though, Savage inhabited a niche that focused on a much darker more murderous sound.