/  11.08.2021

Ahead of his Day N Vegas Festival performance this weekend, Saba has announced his highly anticipated third solo album Few Good Things will be coming soon. Over the weekend, the acclaimed Chicago rapper-producer and Pivot Gang Co-Founder also shares the album’s lead single “Fearmonger” featuring frequent collaborator Daoud. On the track, Saba gets reflective:

Okay, the money on the way, it’ll lay by the first, adolescence, I would curse on the way to the church/ My career just turned to cursive how I connect the words, ain’t grow up with much of shit, but still it could’ve been worse/ He ain’t focused on her pants, he want get in her purse

I need it all in advance if they book me to work, from we barely had a chance, left the crib on alert/ To a crib with alarms and security perks, insecurity hurts the same way jewelry works/ If you payin’ to flex, pay your security first No point in payin’ for whips

Saba took some time to delve into an explanation of his intentions for the track. “A ‘fearmonger’ is defined by Cambridge as ‘someone who intentionally tries to make people afraid of something when this is not necessary or reasonable,’” he says via press release. “I’m saying we’re embedded with this ‘irrational fear.’ The song takes this concept and kind of turns it slightly abstract by assigning a character to ‘fearmonger.’”

Back in 2018, Saba shared his magnum opus album Care For Me. That project included 10 tracks and appearances from theMIND and Kaina. In the meantime, he dropped off his two-pack for his tracks “Ziplock” and “Rich Don’t Stop.” He also joined Smino on the Judas and the Black Messiah soundtrack for their song “Plead The .45th.”

Be sure to press play on Saba’s brand new single “Fearmonger.”


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