A day ahead of 21 Savage's highly anticipated Savage Mode, what will likely be the album's biggest track has surfaced. "X Bitch" is the only Savage Mode track with a guest feature, and it's a big one -- coming from Future Hendrix, who knows how to handle an X Bitch as well as a Metro Boomin production better than anyone. Metro, who's taken much of this year off to work on Savage Mode, lays down an absolute beauty here. The "X Bitch" production is both haunting and delicate, sounding like something that could've easily ended up on Future's next album. Our trust of Young Metro has never been stronger, and we can't wait to hear nine more dizzying instrumentals like this one.
The appeal of 21 Savage might be hard to pin down for those not keeping up with the new waves in Atlanta. "X Bitch" is evidence that the hype is real. His sinister style is well-suited to the eerie trap ambience that Metro is best at creating. Even though 21 is calm, stoic, and steady, his words come across as merciless. And with Future and Metro on his team, he's ready to strike fear across the nation.
Before Savage Mode, 21's most recent feature came on a record from Delaware's Lil West. Listen to their collab, "WYM," here, and get acquainted with 21 as the star of the first episode of this season of On The Come Up. Watch below.
And them drugs come in handy
Last name Savage bitch, but no I'm not Randy
Hit her with no condom, had to make her eat a plan B
And I'm sippin' on that Codeine, not Brandy