21 Savage will have to stay put in the United States for a long while. According to sources, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is derailing the rapper’s possible tour plans by prohibiting him from leaving the country until his legal immigration issues are solved — a process that could take years due to the overcrowding in Atlanta’s immigration courts.
The rapper’s case has yet to receive a court date and reports are stating that Atlanta’s immigration offices are already setting court dates for as far as 2022. Following 21’s release in February, it took him eight months to receive a work permit and was unable to perform at all during that time.
As the rapper gets back to actively touring domestically, 21 has dropped a number of projects including the “Triggered (Remix)” with Jhené Aiko and Summer Walker, the remix of Normani‘s “Motivation,” the Mortal Kombat 11 single “Immortal” and Alicia Keys‘ remix of “Show Me Love” with Miguel.
In other music news, Dave East shared the full tracklist of his upcoming album, Survival.