Both 21 Savage and Nas are two of the biggest rappers in the world. Both men recently released their new albums and are entertaining fans with their new songs.
While supporters were discussing their new releases in the past week, the conversation has now shifted. An audio acquired by Billboard and other outlets shows 21 Savage saying that OG rapper Nas isn’t relevant.
INSIDE RAPPER NAS’ NET WORTH
Celebrity Net Worth portal reports that rapper Nas is worth $70 million.
The 49-year-old musician made his grand debut album, Illmatic, in 1994. Nas has produced several hit songs over the years like Patience, Get Down, If I Ruled The World, N.Y. State of Mind, and more.
He has also collaborated with the industry greats like Rudimental, Missy Elliott, Jennifer Lopez, and more on songs like Free, Hot Boyz and I’m Gonna Be Alright.
His 2022 albums Remember Your Leverage and King’s Disease III are also being thoroughly enjoyed by fans.
Over the years, the Brooklyn rapper has ventured into business. Nas’ tech investments include Coinbase, Ring Lyft, Genius, and more.
WHAT IS 21 SAVAGE’S NET WORTH
Celebrity Net Worth states that 21 Savage is worth $12 million.
Nas’ net worth is reportedly almost six times that of 21 Savage’s. However, it is also important to note that the Atlanta, Georgia rapper is only 30 years old in 2022, making him 19 years junior to Nas.
Nas’ first album was released in 1994, when 21 Savage was only two years old. The latter’s first album, Slaughter Tape, came out in 2015, 21 years after Nas’ debut album.
Both hip-hop artists have done incredibly well in their careers so far and have many years ahead of them to keep rocking the music scene.
Nas and 21 Savage also have some of the biggest fan followings of any rapper of the current time.
21 SAVAGE SAYS HE WOULD “NEVER DISRESPECT” NAS IN NEW TWEET
21 Savage’s comments from a Clubhouse conversation left many fans divided after it went viral on social media.
He was heard saying: “I don’t feel like he’s relevant. I just feel like he got a loyal fan base. He still makes good music.”
When asked to define relevancy, he said” “Mostly connected or appropriate to what’s being done to be considered.”
The Treacherous Twins singer took to Twitter to clarify things. He claimed he would never disrespect Nas or “any legend” who paved the way for him.
“I would never disrespect Nas or any legend who paved the way for me y’all be tryna take stuff and run with it,” he wrote.
WOTHAPPEN Media have reached out to Nas’ representatives for comment about 21 Savage’s remarks. We are yet to receive a response at the time of writing.