7 Songs By Drake & 21 Savage To Get You Excited About Their 'It's All A Blur' Tour
On Monday (March 13), Drake and 21 Savage announced their It’s All a Blur tour.
Beginning on June 16 in New Orleans, the Toronto and Atlanta rappers will embark on a 29-date cross-country run that will see stops in Chicago, Boston, Miami, Los Angeles and New York. The tour will mark Drizzy’s first since 2018’s Aubrey & the Three Migos. Since then, he’s released four albums, including his most recent one with Savage.
Accompanying the tour announcement, Drake shared a nostalgic mini-documentary on his Instagram, relaying scenes of his life and career over the years.
While the tour is a highly anticipated one, it’s also costing fans a pretty penny for tickets. Currently, some tickets are going for as high as $1,000, angering supporters of the pair and making it an opportunity to be a “rich flex” for some of them.
Regardless, if you are planning on going, we’re here to get you ready for the festivities. Below are 7 collaborative songs between Drake and 21 Savage.
Album: Honestly Nevermind
"Jimmy Cooks" is the fourth official time Drizzy and 21 released a song together and the second that was on one of their solo albums. The song sees the pair trading bars full of bragging, references, threats and name-drops.
Album: Her Loss
The first track off of 2022's Her Loss, the pair rap about women, substance abuse and the expensive lifestyles they enjoy flexing.
Album: "Sneakin’" (single release)
The first official collaboration ever between Drake and 21 Savage, "Sneakin’" was released in November 2016 by the Toronto rapper exclusively on Apple Music with its video being shot in a grainy, lo-fi fashion. By 2018, the song was removed from popular streaming platforms and then returned back onto them 11 months later.
“P***y & Millions” (feat. Travis Scott)
Album: Her Loss
“P***y & Millions” serves as the only song on Her Loss that has a feature (Travis Scott). As evident by the title, Drizzy and 21 rap about how having a lot of money boosts their sex life, but also, the problems that can arise when it all gets out of control.
“Knife Talk” (feat. Project Pat)
Album: Certified Lover Boy
"Knife Talk" is the first official collaboration between Drake and 21 that appeared on one of their albums. Fully inspired by Memphis hip-hop with a Project Pat feature and instrumental sample from Playa Fly's 1999 track "Just Awaken Shaken," the song features the Toronto rapper's lethal delivery while 21 provides introspective lyrics about being jaded.
“Mr. Right Now” (21 Savage & Metro Boomin feat. Drake)
Album: Savage Mode 2
Similar to “P***y & Millions,” the Savage Mode 2 hit has the duo trading bars bragging about their sexpertise and their wealthy lifestyles. They also drop lyrics referencing R&B superstars like Keith Sweat, TLC and SZA.
Album: Her Loss
Sampling Daft Punk's 2000 hit "One More Time," “Circo Loco” has Drake subbing Kanye West as 21 raps about his own opps and how he's prepared for them should they present themselves.