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Nas and 21 Savage Toss Relevancy Talks to Drop "One Mic, One Gun" Single

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Nas and 21 Savage have shared a new song. The song is called "One Mic, One Gun" It comes two weeks after 21 Savage dismissed Nas as irrelevant on the Clubhouse app. Both rappers are promoting new albums released earlier this month. Click here to read Pitchfork's interview with Nas.
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21 Savage, Nas Settle Their Mini-Beef With New Song 'One Mic, One Gun'

Nas and 21 Savage quickly settled their mini-beef with "love, respect and unity" by collaborating on a new track titled "One Mic, One Gun."

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21 Savage and Nas Unite on “One Mic One Gun” After Backlash Over 21 Saying Queens Legend Is ‘Not Relevant’

The 49-year-old Queens MC wrote on IG, “I hope more [artists] use turbulent moments and turn them into a time to make new art. That’s what it’s about.”

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Nas and 21 Savage Release New Song “One Mic, One Gun”: Listen

The British-American rapper dismissed Nas as irrelevant earlier this month

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Nas and 21 Savage Toss Relevancy Talks to Drop "One Mic, One Gun" Single

Throw all that relevant talk out the window. 21 Savage and Nas have connected for a new single, created out of "love, respect, and unity."

2 months ago
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Nas & 21 Savage Share New Single "One Mic, One Gun": Listen

An end to the manufactured feud between the two rappers.

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Nas and 21 Savage Collaborate on 'One Mic One Gun' Amid 21 Saying Nas Isn't 'Relevant'

The comments 21 Savage made in reference to Nas and the Queen's legend's relevancy or lack thereof was the center of conversation for well over a w...

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