Earlier this month 21 Savage was moved to stop social media chatter about him and Nas after headlines suggested he had labelled the Illmatic rapper "irrelevant" during a discussion on the Clubhouse app. Tweeting at the time, 21 wrote that he would "never disrespect Nas or any legend who paved the way for me."
It is unclear whether "One Mic, One Gun," a new collaboration between the two artists, was recorded in the wake of that moment or if it has been in the pipeline for longer. The track is released today, however, and can be streamed below. There probably won't be a Clubhouse appearance to follow though, you have to assume.
November has brought the rap world new albums from both artists. 21 Savage topped the chart alongside Drake with Her Loss, winding up with a lawsuit from Conde Nast in the process. Nas, meanwhile, released Kings Disease III, his latest collaborative project with producer Hit-Boy, who also worked on “One Mic, One Gun.”