Watch 21 Savage Sing Alicia Keys's 'If I Ain't Got You' To Amber Rose

INGLEWOOD, CA - AUGUST 27:  21 Savage and Amber Rose arrive at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California.  (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images)

Watch 21 Savage Sing Alicia Keys's 'If I Ain't Got You' To Amber Rose

Couple goals or nah?

Published September 5, 2017

21 Savage and Amber Rose have been actively making a move towards being everyone’s couple goals, and after their most recent post on social media, they might have just solidified their spot. In a brief clip on Snapchat, 21 was seen serenading his girlfriend with a medley of songs, from Alicia Keys to Monica

In the clips, which were reposted on the Shade Room, Savage was captured riding shotgun, while Amber appeared to be in the driver’s seat. As he was holding her hand, he began singing Alicia Keys’s 2005 single “If I Ain’t Got You.” And as the clips continued, the trap star transitioned to Ghost Town DJ’s “My Boo” and Monica’s 2003 track “So Gone." 

Obviously this serenade session is out of 21’s comfort zone, especially since the rapper’s music usual revolves around death and drugs. But it’s clear that Amber’s love has him under some kind of spell. 

The couple originally fueled dating rumors back in July 2017. And since then they have been spotted on a number of intimate dates and celebrity outings. Amber has been particularly vocal about her relationship, often saying that she loves him and even dishing about her desire to marry him. In the past, Savage has also spoken about his affection for Rose. “She’s a real cool woman,” he told LA’s REAL 92.3. “She treats me like a king.” 

We’ll just have to see where this love affair goes. But in the meantime, 21 Savage should really stick to rapping.

#PressPlay: Chileeee #21Savage is really out here singing! #Roommates, y'all passing him the aux cord or nah?

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Written by Jessica McKinney


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