21 Savage On The Breakfast Club

Posted by , Aug 4, 2016 at 10:24am

21 Savage pays a visit to The Breakfast Club.


Now that Savage Mode has him popping heavily, it's time for 21 Savage to make his inaugural Breakfast Club appearance on Power 105.1. The Slaughter Gang rapper paid a visit to the radio station this morning, where he spoke about his past and getting into rap with Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy (no Angela Yee today).

21 details when he first started rapping, saying his inspiration was basically being in the streets. He also talks about getting expelled from school in seventh grade after getting caught with a weapon, which, as he explains it, he was carrying to defend himself in case he got jumped. He then details switching schools for eighth grade and although he tried to stay straight for a period of time, he ended up getting mixed up in street shit once again.

He goes on to discuss selling drugs ("I ain't never filled out no application in my life," he says of working the regular 9-5), loosing a lot of his friends, and more in the 36-minute interview. 

21 Savage pays a visit to The Breakfast Club.

Now that Savage Mode has him popping heavily, it's time for 21 Savage to make his inaugural Breakfast Club appearance on Power 105.1. The Slaughter Gang rapper paid a visit to the radio station this morning, where he spoke about his past and getting into rap with Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy (no Angela Yee today).

21 details when he first started rapping, saying his inspiration was basically being in the streets. He also talks about getting expelled from school in seventh grade after getting caught with a weapon, which, as he explains it, he was carrying to defend himself in case he got jumped. He then details switching schools for eighth grade and although he tried to stay straight for a period of time, he ended up getting mixed up in street shit once again.

He goes on to discuss selling drugs ("I ain't never filled out no application in my life," he says of working the regular 9-5), loosing a lot of his friends, and more in the 36-minute interview. 

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