21 Savage has had one of the more impressive career progressions over the last few years. In December, the Atlanta rapper released his second number one album with features from Donald Glover, J. Cole and many more. From there, 21 Savage hopped on television to deliver a special performance of “A Lot” in which he rapped about criminal justice reform and the Flint Water Crisis. Unfortunately, 21 Savage’s campaign took a dark detour when he was separated from his family by ICE. Luckily, he endured the setback and he’s now back to continue on his path to progress. Not to mention, he’s opened up a whole new dialogue in Hip-Hop about immigration reform.
This week, 21 Savage has announced his new Bank Account campaign. The new campaign from 21 Savage aims to improve financial literacy in under served communities and provide jobs to local residents of Atlanta. Each month, 21 Savage will provide financial wellness tips to participants. In addition, interested parties can reach 21 Savage through a special phone number to ask him questions. Those who are looking to learn more can visit the website behind the campaign, Get Schooled. In the end, 21 Savage’s biggest goal is to help kids who grew up like him “get smart about their money.”