Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, born in London, England in 1992, moved to the United States from London, England, during his primary school years.

His turbulent childhood in East Atlanta included gang involvement, drug use, financial issues, and homicide.

Despite encountering several challenges, he underwent a transformation and achieved the status of a Grammy-winning rapper in 2018.

Savage was taken into custody in 2019 for illegally staying in the United States via his status as an immigrant.

Savage was granted citizenship in the United States of America in October 2023, after a legal battle that lasted over four years.

It was in November of 2021 that he made his comeback to the United Kingdom and gave his debut concert at the O2 Arena.

On January 8th, Savage announced plans to release a new album and a biographical film chronicling his life.

The film, directed by Childish Gambino and Caleb McLaughlin from Stranger Things, is scheduled for a theatrical release on July 4, 2024.

In 2013, Savage and Metro Boomin formed a profitable partnership, with their songs and collaborative projects proving their success.