Nas and 21 Savage made it apparent that they don’t have a history of animosity. Nas revealed on Tuesday that he and the Atlanta rapper would collaborate on the “One Mic, One Gun” production by Hit-Boy.
The only way to move forward, Nas added, “is with love, respect, and unity.” “The fundamental ideas of hip hop. Excited to work alongside my younger brother, and I hope many artists will use difficult times as inspiration for new works of art. That is its main focus.
It appears that the Internet exaggerated 21’s remarks on Nas. In a recent appearance on Clubhouse, 21 said that he and Nas have always respected one another and had planned to collaborate before the dispute.
“Nas and I have been discussing making music with my children. That other thing happened way back when,” the speaker said. Before this, we had been planning how we would perform a song about my mother. I had his phone number.
He’s been telling me he likes my stuff. Before all of this garbage happened, I had been telling him the same thing. He understood what I was trying to communicate, therefore he didn’t take what I said disrespectfully.
It’s currently unknown if Jungle, Nas’s brother, was informed of their intentions to collaborate. Jungle attacked the “a lot” artist while referring to “Rich Flex” shortly after 21 Savage’s remarks were made public.
“One Mic, One Gun” was made available a few weeks after new albums from 21 and Nas. The third entry in the King’s Disease trilogy was served up by Nas and Hit-Boy, while 21 Savage and Drake’s song Her Loss topped the charts. In the upcoming year, Nas and 21 Savage may release new music.