21 Savage & Metro Boomin's Twitter Exchange Sparks 'Without Warning 2' Chatter


| LAST UPDATE 10/23/2021

By Mahlik Campbell
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Few rapper-producer duos are as fire as the Atlanta-bred 21 Savage x Metro Boomin. So, when the two got into an unexpected Twitter exchange about new music, fans had to wonder what's going on between them…

Though he's still riding the momentum of 'Savage Mode II' a year after its release, 21 Savage revealed to his more than 4 million Twitter followers, "I wanna drop an album so bad I just need the music." Metro Boomin wasn't about to let him get away with this outspoken post.

Metro replied with the below "evil smile" GIF, suggesting he knows "the music" Savage is referring to, or is ready to cook up again. Some fans think a sequel to 21, Metro and Offset's 2017 project 'Without Warning' could be in the works since they dropped the first one on Halloween.

When asked to name "the hardest" rapper to work with during his new Million Dollaz Worth of Game interview, Metro actually pointed to 21 Savage. "This n***a will sit and let me play 30 or 40 beats. … He'll be like, 'Alright, play another one.' I'm like, n***a."

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21 and Metro's Twitter exchange continued, as 21 poked fun at Metro for a viral clip where he makes a beat live on Million Dollaz Worth of Game. "I see you making beats on podcasts can you send me some ?" 21 asked. Metro shot back, "Let's run thru a quick 20 then."

So far, 2021 has been busy for 21. Not only did he and J. Cole just finish "The Off-Season Tour" the other night in LA but he's contributed verses to several of the year's hottest songs, like Drake's "Knife Talk," Cole's "m y . l i f e" and the remix to Nardo Wick's "Who Want Smoke?"

21 Savage is still making time to have fun, though. He posted the below goofy clip – without any warning – hinting at his favorite position in bed.

Plus, Friday, Oct. 22nd was his 29th birthday. He's hosting a party in Atlanta this weekend that will pay homage to the city's iconic annual Freaknik festival.