The project spans 10 tracks and features a small selection of special guests, with theMIND and Kaina joining Chano, as Daoud and DaeDaePIVOT handle production duties.
As fans can recall, the album marks Saba's first release since 2016's Bucket List Project, as well as signifies his first time dropping new music since the passing of fellow PIVOT member, Walter Long Jr. (also known as John Walt).
Throughout the project, Saba reflects on his own thoughts about a variety of deeply personal subjects, including grappling with his own anxiety, processing death and not letting any struggles diminish one's dreams.
In addition to dropping his latest, Saba is also gearing up to take his new material on the road, with his North American tour set to kick off next week (April 10) in Boston and conclude in Toronto (May 19).
Take a listen to Saba's Care For Me, below, and see a full list of tour dates here.