21 Savage's New Capsule Drop is All About His ATL Roots: Exclusive

21 Savage at VFILES show during New York Fashion Week at 1515 Broadway on Feb. 10, 2017 in New York City.
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21 Savage at VFILES show during New York Fashion Week at 1515 Broadway on Feb. 10, 2017 in New York City. 

In honor of his Atlanta roots and the "family culture" of his street gang, 24-year-old rapper 21 Savage has launched his second merch collection, Slaughter Gang Atlanta. The 17 piece capsule draws inspo from old school Americana biker gangs, evident in the embroidered coach track jackets and matching "dad hats" and tees. Other pieces feature Savage's lyrics like "I Be Gucci Down" and "Numb The Pain," a "Trap Music" tee affirming that Trap Music was created in his hometown of ATL, and, of course, an assortment of "Bank Account" pieces inspired by the song off Issa, his newest album currently at #6 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart.

"I'm serious when I say I made a couple M's off a meme," the rapper told Billboard exclusively. "Issa and everything around it is a brand and I'm taking it to the next level with my merch." 

Prices range from $15 to $50 and can be purchased on his Issa Shop, powered by Cap That, as well as his two consecutive shows (Aug. 18 and Aug. 19) at The Tabernacle in Atlanta. There are also a few pieces sold exclusively online, so if you want a piece of Savage, you better snag it fast. 

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