21 Savage Discuss 6ix9ine At His Concert & Meek Mill Beef With DJ Akademiks

21 Savage discusses 6ix9ine popping up at his concert earlier this year.

DJ Akademik‘s podcast, Off The Record, is producing some unique insight into hip hop world. The latest rapper to appear, 21 Savage, highlighted some hot topics while being interviewed on the show, like 6ix9ine‘s appearance at his concert.

He also addressed a number of issues like his loyalty to Drake, why he declined a feature on Kanye West‘s DONDA album, and his hometown thinking that Future is a better artist than Drake. Those were just a few issues that he chose to address during the very entertaining episode.

Repping his Atlanta home, 21 Savage called for a unique Verzuz battle that would feature Atlanta’s best talent against every other city in the world. He described Atlanta as an “untouchable” music city, and in truth, his suggestion would make for some magical entertainment.

21 Savage also addressed Akademik’s beef with Meek Mill and used his own encounter to explain his take on the matter. He said he had no idea that 6ix9ine was spotted at one of his club performances in Miami a few months ago. He added that if he and his manager knew about it they probably would have just laughed it off and walked away.

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In August, the two had a heated confrontation while being interviewed by Wack 100 on Clubhouse. At one point, Savage said, “Not really ’cause of the industry that we in, I say, like, I wouldn’t really say that. But I say I ain’t finna agree with what no na say about no other na like how you said that you agree with him that I was s’posed to run up on him in the club. First of all, on my kids, I did not see that n***a in the club.”

It looks like DJ Akademiks’ new podcast will be revealing a lot more about the industry, including the various feuds in existence at this time. Akademiks must feel comforted, considering last week Rich The Kid walked out during an interview.

You can check out the podcast below to here what else 21 Savage said.

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Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy” Is The Best Selling Album Of 2021, First Week Sales Revealed

Drake now has the biggest album of the year in terms of sales.

Drizzy has once again proven to the critics that he’s at the top of his game. He can now add another record to his trophy room, even though this one could still be broken. It’s been confirmed that his latest album, Certified Lover Boy, has raked in the biggest first-week opening for an album for the year.

At least 604,000 equivalent album units have moved for Certified Lover Boy in the last seven days. He’s even beaten out rival Kanye West, whose DONDA previously had the largest first week this year. Drake’s CLB has almost doubled Kanye’s tally as DONDA’s first week sales were registered at 309,000 copies.

Even though Drake is enjoying success, DONDA is still moving numbers and has sold over 146,000 album units in its second week out. It’s now at the #2 position on the charts.

Drake, on the other hand, also had 700 million first-week streams on CLB. A sign that his fans are more than happy to have him back. That 700 million is the most that he’s gotten since his 2018 release, Scorpion.

Scorpion did a bit better moving 731,000 units in its first week of release. The “God’s Plan” rapper has also maintained his stellar sales record as none of his albums have ever sold below 400,000 first week.

CLB is a little bit of a drop-off compared to the albums earlier in his career, like Views back in 2016, which sold over a million in its first week out. The album was predicted to do better than Kanye’s earlier this week when in just three days, CLB got 430 million on-demand audio streams in the United States.

Those three-day sales represented a better showing than DONDA’s first eight days of sale, which was recorded at just under 423 million streams.

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