21 Savage Tickets
Many would call 21 Savage ‘More street than rapper’ or simply ‘real and authentic’. This artist is a realist who tells it like it is. Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, 21 Savage is only 24 years of age. 21 Savage is part of the new crop of hip hop and trap artists. Having released two mix tapes and extended plays, 21 Savage’s music and lyrics are often called a reflection of his recollections and experiences on the street. Currently on tour, 21 Savage tickets are available here.
If you’re looking to experience the hip hop and trap genre in its rawest form then attend one of 21 Savage’s concerts.
Born & Bred in Georgia
Born Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph on October 22, 1992, Savage is sometimes also referred to as ‘The Slaughter King’. From an early age Savage got himself into trouble. In seventh grade Savage was expelled for bringing a gun to school. This was after he was threatened by some of the kids there. The expulsion was a turning point for this artist. He started taking part in illegal activities that ranged from weed and crack to robberies. This resulted in a stint in Juvenile detention. With his trouble with the law, tragedy came knocking in 2013. Savage’s younger brother and best friend were killed in a deal gone bad. Savage himself was shot six times with one bullet going through his neck. Savage turned a corner after this incident and he started taking an interest in music. However this time he armed himself with a Macbook and microphone for a change. And the result was his debut mix tape ‘Slaughter Tape’ in 2015.
Debut Mix tapes & Collaborations
With no marketing plan in tow, Savage released his debut mix tape ‘Slaughter Tape’ in 2015. He accomplished this with no prior experience in producing music. The raw intensity of Savage caught the attention of major rappers such as Meek Mill, Young Thug and Future. This gave Savage the right platform to launch his musical career. Savage’s entrance into the music industry, however, wasn’t exactly in 2015. On November 21, 2014 Savage’s debut single ‘Picky’ was released. The single was produced by DJ Plugg which also became a part of his debut mix tape Slaughter Tape. Free Guwop, a collaborative EP with Sonny Digital was released on July 02, 2015. Free Guwop was dedicated to Gucci Mane, an artist Savage has cited as one of his inspirations.
On December 01, 2015, Savage released his second mix tape Slaughter King. Kd Beatz produced a music video for one of the songs ‘Dirty K’. After being named as one of the Freshman Class of 2016 by XXL, Savage hit the mainstream by releasing his joint EP Savage Mode with Atlanta based record producer Metro Boomin. This EP gave Savage the right international exposure and reached number 44 on the Billboard 200. Savage Mode became the duo’s highest charting EP to date. One of his singles ‘X’ that featured the artist Future went platinum. This consequently became Savage’s first platinum record. After the success of Savage Mode, Savage was signed by Epic Records on January 18, 2017. Since Savage’s success on the Billboard charts, the artist has given many interviews and regularly updates his social media accounts, particularly Instagram.
Collaboration with Drake
Savage has also collaborated with Canadian rapper Drake. The artist was featured on one of Drake’s track ‘Sneakin’ from his upcoming playlist More Life. The track charted nationally at 28 on the Billboard Top 100 (US), at number 8 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (US) and at number 7 on the US Rap Songs. Internationally, the song reached 81 on the ARIA Charts (AUS), number 20 on the Canadian Hot 100 and at number 52 on the UK Singles Charts. Apart from professional collaborations, Savage and Drake are good friends. Their friendship became apparent when Drake bought Savage a Ferrari for his 24th birthday. Success and friendship with Drake was miles away from his early days on the streets of Atlanta, a fact Savage has recognized himself.
Even though, a sometimes contentious figure, Savage has come a long way. With a signed contract with a major record label, Savage is now on his way to bigger and better things. If you’re a fan of the Hip-Hop and Trap genre then 21 Savage tickets are what you should be looking for.
21 SAVAGE NEWS AND UPDATES
21 Savage Announces Numb the Pain Tour II
After delivering energetic performances in festivals like, Made in America and The Meadows this past summer, 21 Savage is all set to start his, ‘Numb the Pain Tour’ this fall. He will start his road trip by performing his first gig at the Stubb’s in Austin on November 16, 2017. 21 Savage will then take a flight to Dallas where he will play his second show on November 17. He will then entertain his fans in main cities like, Orlando, Tampa, Minneapolis and Denver before the rapper wraps things up by performing the final show at the Soul Kitchen Festival in Mobile on December 23rd.
American rapper 21 Savage recently announced a US tour in support of his debut music record ‘Issa Album.’ Titled Numb the Pain Tour, it includes 22 dates with the first show taking place in Austin on November 16. It will then have the rapper visit cities including Houston, Kansas City, Memphis and Denver. Joining him on the road as special guest is YoungBoy Never Broke Again.
The album ‘Issa Album’ was released via Slaughter Gang and Epic Records in July of 2017. Featuring a guest appearance by Young Thug, it reached the second spot on the Billboard 200.
21 Savage Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for 21 Savage tickets is $190. The date and location for this event is 24-Jun-18 at Shoreline Amphitheatre - CA, Mountain View. The minimum get-in price for 21 Savage tickets is $25.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Post Malone & 21 Savage||Mountain View||24-Jun-18||$190||$25|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
Q:Are 21 Savage and Post Malone on tour?
A:Yes! 21 Savage has been touring with Post Malone since April of 2018. So far, the duo has performed shows in cities including Portland, Vancouver, Seattle and Denver. They are yet to entertain the fans with their hit music in cities like, Raleigh, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago and Dallas. 21 Savage and Post Malone will be concluding the trek on June 24, 2018 by hitting the stage at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in San Francisco.