21 Savage is off to an even greater start despite his run-in with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) earlier this year. The “A Lot” rapper is on a mission to give back to the community as much as possible. 21 recently launched the second phase to his Bank Account Campaign where he will offer 150 jobs to at-risk youth and according to a recent press release,

“The jobs will consist of assisting concessions stands at sports and entertainment venues across the United States. Each candidate will receive training for the position as well as gain connections to other education and career opportunities.”

The program is set to help teenagers interested in securing their financial future with tips on how to invest, manage and save their money. “While my #1 song was called bank account, growing up, I knew almost nothing about bank accounts,” Savage explains in a press release. “As I have gotten smarter about financial management, I realize how empowering it is to control your money rather than be controlled by it. I want to help kids with a background similar to mine to get smart about their money.”

According to Vibe, starting this month, 21 “plans to promote a “bank-opening event” that’ll gift 150 youth Juma employees in Atlanta a $100 to deposit for their bank accounts.”

Since the launch of the program, 21 has since donated more the 15,000 to the cause.

Written by: JustDiya