On Pharrell’s million-dollar instrumental, 21 and Tyler leave flashy strings to the money-making anthem featuring a hook to stick in your head all summer long.
While rapping 21 in the line “Money turned me into a jerk / I’m not going to lie, I was used to being poor,” Tyler brags about turning down a $2.5 million concert (“I declined because the stage didn’t fit my morals”).
21 Savage Is Quite Active These Days
In an interview with Apple Music, Pharrell talked about the collaboration. “I knew the track was aggressive and he doesn’t give up. “So it’s like they’re both. It’s like letting two pit bulls unwind. Predatory. Two greedy wolves… Tyler freaked out. He made this line before he released his last album.”
And there may be even more music on the way. “I miss him. That’s probably the most I can say,” said the Neptunes hitter.I don’t know if you can say it or not, just based on everything that’s going on. I just, miss, Pusha, Jack, Kendrick, that. I’m excited.”
The song precedes Pharrell’s Something in the Water festival, which will take place on Juneteenth weekend (June 17-19) in Washington, D.C. and will be streamed live on Amazon Music.
21 Savage and Tyler will perform alongside Usher, Lil Baby, Ashanti and Ja Rule. Pharrell will also perform with special guests Clipse, Justin Timberlake, N.O.R.E., Q-TIP, and SZA.
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The British national was arrested in 2019 after Immigration and Customs Enforcement learned he was living in the US on an expired visa. ICE officials told the media that 21 was convicted of a felony drug charge in Fulton County, Georgia in 2014; however, his lawyer later clarified that the conviction was vacated before the ICE arrest.
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