21 Savage in the last half decade has become one of the most well known names in rap music. With the money he has made from music, he had a mixture of spending his millions on himself, investments that can pay off later and giving back to the community in his hometown of Atlanta.
7 A 6-Figure-Bed
Many Americans don’t make $100,000 and some won’t even make half of that in a year. 21 Savage on the other hand has the ability to spend to that kind of money on a bed. Hearing that sounds insane to the ordinary person, but that’s nothing compared to how much Kim Kardashian and Kanye West spent on beds when they were married. To put the price of his bed in perspective, it was higher than half of the beds on this list of expensive beds.
During 21 Savage’s early years in the limelight, he like many rappers made investments on jewelry. In a 2018 interview with Vogue, he said he stopped doing so since “everybody wears jewelry. I outgrew it; I’m getting a little wiser and growing.” He continued, “every time I meet someone who’s very, very rich, like wealthy, I’ve never seen them with jewelry on. And ever since I’ve been saving money and not spending it on jewelry, I’ve been getting way richer.”
5 Real Estate
One investment he has replaced with jewelry is real estate. Asides from his agent tweeting about 21 Savage’s business, there is not much information about any of his potential dealings. He did offer advice recently an episode of My Expert Opinion by saying anyone who already has 200k to 300k to spend on a rap career should use that money elsewhere like real estate since the chances of blowing up in music are low.
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4 Car Collection
21 Savage fans probably are well aware of his car collection as he has made references to it in his music. His most expensive car being Lamborghini Urus costing $220,000 and cheapest is a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat at $72,000. He has said in multiple songs that has a 12 car garage, so he might add to that collection in the near future if he hasn’t already.
3 Bank Account Campaign
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A reference to his hit song Bank Account, he said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that his campaign is “to help kids learn how to save money and make money, and open bank accounts for kids.” As a part of this campaign, he made a donation of $21,000. 21 Savage came from a low income area and wants help the youth learn from the mistakes that him and his peers made when they were that age. He hopes this can contribute to ending to continuous cycle financial illiteracy in Atlanta neighborhoods.
2 Back to School
This event happens sometime in August every year when Atlanta students are nearing their return to school. 2022 will mark the 7th annual Issa Back 2 School Drive 21 Savage has hosted. During last year’s drive, 21 Savage along with the sponsors for his event shared resources for financial literacy, gave out school supplies, clothes, headphones and shoes. There were fun activities and food for the kids to partake in as well.
1 Following Jay Z’s Advice
Jay Z became Hip Hop’s first billionaire, so 21 Savage followed his advice when they had conversation. He said that Jay Z that he should spend money on a chef, lawyer, doctor and art. 21 Savage elaborated on getting chef and doctor, “I eat cleaner. I don’t really gotta leave the house as much and the doctor is convenient, too. I hate hospitals and s**t. It’s just good to have on call. He got a different level of doctor, though. His doctor and my s**t is different. He got a real doctor. Not live-in, but they’ll come give you surgery at your house.” Him investing into art like Jay Z can help him increase his riches as art tends to increase in value the older it gets.
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Sources: Capital Xtra, Tik Tok, 21 Motoring, Cassius Life, Complex
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