Social Media Wants A 21 Savage, Usher Collab After Las Vegas Residency Moment

On Saturday night, Usher handed the Slaughter Gang rapper the mic during his set and the rest was history.

After a viral moment that happened during Usher’s Las Vegas residency show over the weekend, fans are calling for a new collaboration.

While the R&B legend was performing his 2004 hit “My Boo” in Sin City on Saturday night (April 15), he spotted 21 Savage sitting in the audience and proceeded to hand him a mic so he could join in with singing the song.

Initially, the Slaughter Gang rapper was shy about joining in on the impromptu set but knowing his love for R&B, it didn’t take too long for him to warm up and accompany Usher.

Usher also reflected on the moment via his Instagram account.

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“My boy @21savage sings with his heart and soul! It was only right,” Usher captioned the video post.

Fans in the comments and on other social media outlets, as a result of what went down, were calling for a collaboration between the two.

“RnB Savage! We need a remix ASAP,” one commenter wrote. “@usher needa put this song out with a 21 savage verse on it now,” another said.

21 Savage isn’t the first celebrity to be in attendance at Usher’s Las Vegas residency. Last month, he paid his respects to Queen Latifah, who was in the audience celebrating her 53rd birthday. Usher also did the same last October when Chris Brown was there, sharing the stage with Breezy and running through a few of his biggest hits.

BET spoke with Usher about his 2023 Las Vegas residency before it kicked off in February. When asked about what fans can expect for long stint of shows, he noted: “When I talk to fans, [they] say ‘I remember this one tour, it was the Truth Tour, it was the Evolution 8701 Tour, and I never forgot that one experience.’

“That's because of the time and passion I put into the art,” he continued. “The art is the show, the music is the offering, right? Because everybody's going to interpret what I'm saying maybe a different way because of their experience or what they feel. But the art of it and the time where I get a chance to give something to people that they'll remember forever is in that moment. So that's what I love about performing live for my fans.”

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