Saba Remembers His Chicago Roots On “There You Go”

It’s been a minute since Saba blessed fans with solo music. But that all changed today (Aug. 16) after the Chicago native released the soulful record, “There You Go.”

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Produced by Daoud as well as Saba, the rookie rapper remanences over his long-lost buddies back in the Chi. Saba’s rapid flow over tearful and jazz-influenced instrumentals give life to his surreal stories of growing pangs.

“I’m a independent young black men/I’m at yo head that’s a CAT scan/Not here to kick it no Jack Chan/Random shoutout to my black fans
Listening to it and yelling out pivot/I’m partially studious, partially ignorant/I’m not here for the 15 minutes/All my team is winning, Imma need a minute,” raps Saba.

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Just last week, Saba released the music visuals for “World In My Hands,” a song from 2016’s Bucket List Project. Also, fans can catch Saba on the road this fall on his European tour.

Stream “There You Go” below.

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