21 Savage Returns: A Fresh Solo Release After a Pause
It’s been a moment since 21 Savage graced us with a solo track. Flashback to 2020, he joined forces with Summer Walker for “Secret.” From that point, his music journey saw him teaming up and hitting the road with the legendary Drake, culminating in their collaborative album, Her Loss.
But 21 Savage’s loyal fanbase got the thrill of a surprise recently. Embodying his quintessential style, the rapper unveiled a power-packed single called “Call Me Revenge,” featuring the talents of d4vd. The lyrics boast of allegiance and victory, with lines like, “I’m with the squad forever / When it comes to winning, we better.”
The song’s production, helmed by the renowned Ryan Tedder, packs an extra punch. And for fans of both gaming and music, there’s a treat: “Call Me Revenge” is set to feature in the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, with 21 Savage making an appearance as an in-game operator.
But that’s not all on the horizon for the rapper. He’s gearing up for a North American tour, beginning with a bang in Mexico City on November 19.
For those eager to dive into 21 Savage’s newest creation, “Call Me Revenge” is available for streaming on all major platforms.
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