As on "good day," 21 Savage continues to give credit to the originators on his latest LP. In the case of Three Six Mafia being imitated but never duplicated, 21 Savage steers clear of a shoddy bootleg performance. Instead, he and Yung Miami of City Girls' fame offer up one for the record books with "a&t," as trite as the song title might seem at first glance.
With Yung Miami by his side, 21 Savage crushes the double-standard of sexuality, in a more controlled manner than his juvenile display on Travis Scott's "NC-17" - something he likely would have accomplished with a few more of Amber's "slut walks" under his belt, but I digress.
His trademark one-line quips are once again on full display, not to be outdone by a sparkling performance by Yung Miami, who on some level, is the logical choice for a song of this nature, given her extroverted character. You've got to give 21 Savage for making all the right a-b-c choices along the way. Hit us with your thoughts in the comment section below.
When it's bout that money youngin', don't discriminate
I don't wanna smoke yo' weed, I don't wanna meet yo' homie
We ain't gotta let me lead if you find a n***a with it on him
I'm 21 'bout it baby, I need that cash, you feel me?
So, if you ain't got that bag, don't grind my ass, you hear me?