21 Savage is currently one of the most popular rappers in the Hip-Hop world and is also well aware of what it is like to be living on the streets. 21 Savage is one of the few people who can pull off a feature. “Thought I was playing,” the 29-year-old rapper’s most recent appearance, landed at midnight on Gunna’s DS4EVER, which sees the two collaborate on the project’s fifth track.

Young Thug, Kodak Black, Chloe Bailey, Lil Baby, Future, G Herbo, Nechie, Chris Brown, Yung Bleu, and Roddy Ricch are among the album’s notable appearances, but it appears that 21’s verse has quickly become a fan favourite – notably his jab directed at Kimye.

Never tucked my tail, I went to war with real killers (Pussy)/I’m your wifey surgeon, dawg, I give her lip fillers (Pussy)/SF90 cost a M, dumped his Glock like Ye did Kim (21)/Sippin’ on pimp juice, watch my brim (21).

The UK-born rapper spits fire during his mic time. The internet has been flooded with DS4EVER reviews, with much of the conversation focusing on Savage’s appearance. One user remarked, “21 Savage genuinely can’t drop a bad feature, it’s getting ridiculous.” Another one added, “we need a new Savage album man.”

A third person chimed in saying, “yet another feature of the year level verse on #DS4EVER.” A user pointed out, “21 Savage killed thought i was playing.” Take a look at some of the best tweets wilding over 21Savage’s feature below.

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