21 Savage on the ATL's role in Hip-Hop: 'Atlanta got the sauce'

A ‘Good Day’ with 21
21 Savage
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Back with another installment of Hip-Hop Made to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the birth of Hip-Hop -- born in 1973 in the Bronx, New York -- we chopped it up with Atlanta rapper 21 Savage on Atlanta's place in Hip-Hop.

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Born in London, Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph famously known as 21 Savage moved to Atlanta when he was seven. He broke out into the Hip-Hop scene in 2015 after the release of his two mixtapes and quickly became a hallmark member of the Atlanta rap and Hip-Hop scene.

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When it comes to Hip-Hop in Atlanta, 21 believes, "Atlanta got the sauce... We bring a certain element to the game you can't get nowhere else," he tells us.

21 Savage also excitedly recited the lyrics of Greg Street's "Good Day," sharing that this is one of his all-time favorite Hip-Hop songs.

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Stay tuned as Audacy continues to celebrate the birth and trailblazing influence of Hip-Hop. Follow Hip-Hop Made all through 2023, and listen to your favorite music on Audacy's Hip Hop Made suite of stations, as well as Conscious Hip HopHip Hop UncutWomen of Hip Hop, and more -- plus check out our talent-hosted Ed Lover's Timeless Throwbacks and Greg Street's Dirty South Hip Hop!

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