21 Savage Debuts Atlanta Art Exhibit Supporting His ‘I Am > I Was’ Album
Four days before dropping off his I Am > I Was album, 21 Savage is handling his press in a very unique way. Today (Dec. 17), the 26-year-old rapper launches Motel 21 interactive art exhibit in Atlanta in support of his new LP.
The exhibit gives viewers the opportunity to see I Am > I Was-themed rooms while drinking Ciroc-filled drinks. Before entering, viewers will be given a guide map, which allows them to roam the exhibit's space of custom art pieces created by Antwanette McLaughlin and Skye Williams. As if that weren't enticing enough in its own right, 21's younger fans will be given an exclusive private tour as well as a $1,000 gift card provided by Amazon, Get Schooled, Juma and 21's Leading by Example Foundation.
Last week, the Atlanta rapper announced the release date for his sophomore album. In addition to revealing the release date, 21 released "Immortal," a new track that's featured in the official trailer for the video game Mortal Kombat 11.
Diving deeper into his hard work paying off, 21 is nominated for his first-ever Grammy nominations. His collaborative track with Post Malone, "Rockstar," is nominated for Record of the Year and Best Rap/Sung Performance for the 2019 Grammy Awards.
Motel 21 will only be available for visits through this Friday. If you're in the Atlanta area, be sure to check out the exhibit while it lasts.
See photos from the exhibit for yourself below.
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