Decatur, GA – 21 Savage gave back to his community by hosting his fourth annual “Issa Back 2 School Drive” in Decatur, Georgia. Over 2,300 kids were given free backpacks, school supplies, clothes, health screenings and haircuts at the event on Sunday (August 4).

The Atlanta-based rapper also presented a $15,000 check to Juma, a nonprofit organization he partnered with earlier this year. Juma provides work opportunities to young people and helps to improve financial literacy.

“It’s important to give back because these same people support me, so I support them,” 21 told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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21’s Leading By Example Foundation, which he launched in 2018, partnered with Amazon Music, Momma Flystyle, Atlanta United and Antwanette McLaughlin of The Spice Group to host the event.

After staging the school drive, 21 is back on the road for his I AM > I WAS Tour. He’s scheduled to perform Tuesday night (August 6) in Washington, D.C.

Check out all of his tour dates below.