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Monday, November 7, 2022

VIDEO: Kodak Black says that 21 Savage beating everyone from his 2016 Freshman class is cap

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Kodak Black says that 21 Savage beating everyone from his 2016 Freshman class is cap. (Read More Here).

To refresh readers’ memories, the 2016 XXL Freshman Class might be one of the greatest in the magazine’s history. 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Yachty, Kodak Black, Denzel Curry, Anderson .Paak, Lil Dicky, Desiigner, G Herbo, and Dave East were a dream team in 2016.

Moreover, people in the Clubhouse call started listing off names and realized how stacked it was. “Kodak the only one that could really be competition,” one caller said.

A Verzuz battle, for those unfamiliar, pits ten hits from a rapper against another rapper’s ten biggest songs. Thus, viewers and artists debate over who has the better discography and who’s making the better tracks. However, given 21’s slew of hits and standout guest appearances, he’s got a shot for sure.

Although that’s true, pretty much that entire 2016 class is still making great music. Some, like Uzi and Yak, have become just as huge stars as 21, in many respects. Looking at the landscape of hip-hop today, the incredible influence this XXL class has had is undeniable. Denzel Curry is still one of the most revered lyricists of the modern age, and Anderson .Paak is a global superstar.

The chart-topping rapper may currently be enjoying the out-of-the-box success tied to his new joint album with Drake, but his hi,tmaking resume before the LP’s November 4 release speaks volumes. In addition to amassing four Billboard 200 top 10 albums since 2017 (two of which hit #1), the 30-year-old has also collected six Hot 100 top 10 smashes (including two #1s) and charted over 60 songs on the same tally.

Easily making him one of the era’s most popular emcees, Savage believes his lengthy list of hits towers leagues above many names in the Rap game – especially those that shared space with him on XXL’s coveted ‘Freshman Class’ list in 2016.

So much so, he even called them out by name in a recent interview.

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