The heart of My Office In The Streets beats for those misled and misinformed. We strive daily to correct the misconceptions that has had many missing their blessings and we feel it starts with financial literacy. Master the money and you won’t be a Slave to it anymore which has led to crime and loss of life. My Office In The Streets stand as a beacon to help others get prepared and equipped to meet today’s criteria.

It’s super dope to see 21 donating his time and money to kids, and teaching financial literacy is more than important–especially since it’s something that’s not taught in schools. And children will most definitely be more likely to listen to someone they love like Savage, so this is a message that will be really influential down the line.

21 Savage just made his television performance debut, and he did so in a big way; The Atlanta native was the musical guest on Tuesday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Mr. Savage performed the huge single “Bank Account” from his 2017 debut Issa Album. After wrapping up his performance of the song, he presented a $21,000 check to the 21 Savage Bank Account Campaign. The rapper has just entered in a new partnership with Get Schooled, for a non-profit in he will helps kids learn how to save money, make money, and open up bank accounts