21 Savage Teases Release Date of Upcoming Project: 'Octember'

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21 Savage performs onstage at Rolling Stone Live: Minneapolis presented by Mercedes-Benz and TIDAL. Produced in partnership with Talent Resources Sports on February 2, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minn.

Following the success of Issa Album and Without Warning alongside Offset and Metro Boomin' last year, 21 Savage has remained relatively quiet on the solo front. In recent weeks, the ATL rapper has started to tease that he could have another project on the way before 2018 is out.

21 hinted at a possible release date with a cryptic tweet Wednesday (Aug. 22). "Octember," he wrote without any further explanation. It appears that Savage is saying the project may arrive during the months of September and October. If the 25-year-old fancies himself a Dr. Seuss fan, as pointed out by HotNewHipHop, Octember actually means between December and January. 

Just last week (Aug. 15), the "Bank Account" rapper raised eyebrows with another tweet referring to the fourth quarter. "4th quarter savage way to clutch," Savage penned.

21 has remained busy during the summer by giving back to his community. He held his third annual back-to-school initiative on Aug. 5, preparing kids with the necessities for the upcoming school year as students' summer vacation winds down. The Epic Records artist also notched an appearance on "NC-17" with Travis Scott from his acclaimed Astroworld album. 

Check out the tweets hinting at a new project on the way from 21 Savage below. 


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