Last month, 21 Savage was on Clubhouse in the ADHD Club hosted by Trap Bradshaw. During the discussion 21 weighed on if Nas was relevant.
“I don’t feel like he’s relevant,” he explained. “I just feel like he got a loyal fan base. He still makes good music.” While on the call, 21 was asked about his definition of relevance. ‘Mostly connected or appropriate to what is being done to be taken into consideration,’ he then said in response.
“I would never disrespect Nas or any legend who paved the way for me y’all be tryna take stuff and run with it, said 21.
Two weeks after 21’s original comments Nas and 21 collaborated on a single “One Mic, One Gun.”
Speaking of ADHD on Clubhouse, one of the speakers by the name of Th3 Connect, who is a Marketing Director of Mainelaveau and knows Nas’s name is a buzzword and recently elected to compare the hip-hop icon to rapper and producer Soulja Boy.
“They are both young Prodigies,” said Th3 Connect.
Connect added that both artist don’t get the respect that they deserve.
“Soulja Boy should get respect for being innovative in the culture. He wrote, produced, promoted, and did everything himself. He created a whole lane. First of all we can start with Fruity Loops [FL Studio]. Next we can go making the s*** in your house and putting out on the internet. He was using FL when other with using 2,500 keyboards.”
Another speaker named Sunrise shared Nas beef with Jay-Z messed his is image.
“Nas is just the golden child that had that s*** since was 16, so it stuck with him. But, that s*** with Jay-Z kind of f*** his image up to the point n*** think it was okay to disrespect Nas anyway they felt like it,” said Sunrise.