21 Savage flexes his R&B skill, turn-up to R&B mode.

It seems like quarantine ain’t bad at all as 21 Savage is spends his days in quarantine with some good old-fashioned karaoke. The Atlanta rapper took to Instagram Live on Sunday morning to sing along to some R&B classics. While sitting at home, he did entertain his followers with so many hits.

However, he had the BeyHive buzzing with his covers of Beyoncé’s “Me, Myself and I” and Destiny’s Child’s “Cater 2 U.” With a remote in hand, Savage took it back with Brandy’s 1994 hit “I Wanna Be Down,” and even flexed his falsetto on Usher’s “Burn.”

The Saint Laurent Don proved that he’s really a true R&B fan with Aaliyah’s “Come Over,” Monica’s “So Gone,” and Lauryn Hill and D’Angelo’s “Nothing Even Matters.” And he didn’t need any help while belting Jhené Aiko’s recent hit “P$$Y Fairy (OTW).” “Ni*a, I ain’t reading no lyrics,” he said. “I know this shit by heart.”

21 Savage, who’s already preparing the sequel to Savage Mode with Metro Boomin, is no stranger to R&B collaborations. He appeared on recent remixes to Normani’s “Motivation,” H.E.R.’s “Slide,” and Alicia Keys’ “Show Me Love.”

Starting from Aaliyah, then he moved to Usher, check out the highlights from Savage’s karaoke party below.

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