Wanna see Drake ask 21 Savage, "can you do something for me" live? It's going to cost you a lot of coins.

It seems Drake and 21 Savage have one less thing to worry about. They have reportedly settled their legal issues with Vogue Magazine. 

21 Savage was honored with a proclamation officially declaring Dec. 21 as "21 Savage Day" in the state of Georgia. The proclamation ceremony, conducted by State Representative Billy Mitchell, took place at an annual holiday gift event hosted by the rapper's Leading By Example Foundation in Stone Mountain on Wednesday.

Nas and 21 Savage appeared to be charging into a head-to-head beef but that was silenced after the pair dropped the "One Mic, One Gun" track.

Jim Jones and Juelz Santana were guests on the 'No Jumper' podcast and defended 21 Savage's comments about Nas' relevance.

21 Savage sparked criticism and outrage after he said that Nas isn't relevant in today's modern music scene.

Major media company Condé Nast filed a suit against Drake and 21 Savage over a fake Vogue cover story magazine edition.

Coming off the heels of 'Her Loss,' 21 Savage is talking that talk. He claims he can beat anyone from the 2016 Freshman List in a Verzuz battle. 

The early returns and hot takes are in. Twitter comments on Drake and 21 Savage's new collaborative album, Her Loss.

Drake and 21 Savage announced their new joint collaboration album, 'Her Loss,' which will be released on Friday, Oct. 28.

Wack 100 doubled down on claims of 21 Savage being an informant after making the claims when the pair exchanged words in Clubhouse.