Rapper 21 Savage keeps dropping hints about the release of his next album: Savage Mode 2, a collaboration with Metro Boomin. The latest hint came earlier this month via Instagram when he posted “Drop on the 13th.” But Friday the 13th came and went without the release. The Atlanta rapper is on the bill for the Coachella festival, which has rescheduled for October, and it’s unknown whether the coronavirus threat will delay the album’s release. The original Savage Mode was released in 2016. 21 Savage was born in the United Kingdom and was infamously detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Super Bowl weekend in 2019 on charges he had overstayed his 2006 visa. He has lived in East Atlanta since he was 7 years old.
The Indigo Girls have released a video from their upcoming Rounder Records album, scheduled for an April 24 release. The single and album were produced by John Reynolds at Peter Gabriel’s Real World studio in England. “Change My Heart” has a hard, British edge and is a song for the times. “It’s a reminder for me to be humble in the fact of mysteries I can’t understand, or even human behavior I can’t understand,” Emily Saliers told Rolling Stone. The Atlanta duo will livestream a casual concert at 6 tonight (March 19) via their Facebook page.