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Atlanta rapper 21 Savage is low-key bossing up. The hip-hop star hit up social media this week to let followers and fellow rap friends know he’s in full management of his masters.

Sav hit up Twitter last night (January four) to inform his followers he’s out right here leveling up on the music trade’s enterprise aspect.

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The announcement got here shortly after R&B singer Chris Brown announced he secured a deal with RCA Records to personal his masters.

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After its first seven days of availability, Sav’s new I Am > I Was album toppled its competitors on the gross sales chart.

21 Savage scores his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with the chart-topping bow of I Am > I Was. The set was launched on Dec. 21 Slaughter Gang/Epic Records and launches with 131,000 equal album models earned within the week ending Dec. 27, based on Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 18,000 have been in conventional album gross sales, as the majority of the album was pushed by streaming exercise. (Billboard)

A number of days in the past, Savage gave himself a “Greatest Of All Time” goat emoji.

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