Saba Returns To Prominence On The Energetic Cut “There You Go” [Prod. by Daoud & Saba]
The budding Chicago superstar, Saba, connects with Oakland’s own Daoud to release his second cut from Bucket List Project.
Saba has been healing and mending his soul after the lost of his cousin, and now, with him back in the fold after “World In My Hands,” the Chi-town phenom hits again with “There You Go”. Co-produced by Oakland-based multi-instrumentalist Daoud and Saba himself, “There You Go” is an electrified, fresher-than-your-average song that deserves to be played on repeat.
With trumpet sounds provided by Herbie One, “There You Go” comes in remembrance of Saba’s cousin and fellow PIVOT artist, John Walt, a.k.a. DinnerWithJohn was murdered in Chicago in February. To commemorate his life and legacy, Saba announced “John Walt Day,” a concert benefiting Chicago youth on Nov. 25 at the legendary House of Blues.
In addition to that, “John Walt Day” will also mark the launch of the John Walt Foundation, which aims to work with and provide opportunities and funds for young Chicago artists. Rhyming with enthusiasm, Saba comes with some really solid bars and wordplay. “I Petey Pablo my block though, I raise it up like it raised me.” The 23-year-old rapper-producer is building up enthusiasm for this fourth quarter 2016 release, Bucket List Project, and his first headlining North American tour this past March-April.
Listen to “There You Go” produced by Saba and Daoud, below, and keep an eye out for a video or something else to follow suit: