Recently we reported that 21 Savage expanded his Bank Account Campaign with the non-profit organization Get Schooled as he continued to teach the youth about financial literacy.

Now, 21 has entered the next phase of his campaign, which will help get 150 jobs for at-risk teens by the month of June.

According to XXL, the press release states that the jobs will “consist of working on concessions at sports and entertainment venues across the U.S. In addition to a job, candidates will get training and experience, plus get connected to other education and career opportunities.”

As we previously reported, last year 21 Savage teamed up with Get Schooled to launch his bank account campaign, which was inspired by his 2017 hit song “Bank Account.”

Last week, he announced that he was expanding his partnership with the organization as they continued to help the youth learn about financial literacy. This year they also teamed up with Juma, who offers low-income youth the opportunities to work and make their career dreams a reality.


It’s great to see 21 Savage continue his philanthropic efforts despite his own personal struggles.