It’s a day to feast for all Saba fans, as he releases his new project, “Few Good Things”.
Independent Chicago rapper-producer and Pivot Gang Co-Founder, Saba, made the announcement on his social media pages last month, breaking it to the world that his third album would be released and when. He also added a cover art and a tracklist to the further help the anticipation of the new album.
Speaking on the album, the rapper said, “The concept of ‘Few Good Things’ is the realization of self after a search for exterior fulfillment.”
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Saba – ‘Few Good Things’ The Short Film (Official Trailer)
“It is the satisfaction and completeness you gain by simply living a life that is yours. Few is a small number, but few is not lonely,” he continued. “In the face of all adversity, a few good things is recognizing and accepting blessings. Few is to count them, one by one – an empty glass is full of air, an empty bank is full of lessons., and an empty heart is full of memories. Few good things is to grow comfortable with the empty, and despite that, finding your fullness.”
Few Good Things Tracklist:
Few Good Things
- Genre: Hip-Hop
- Release Date: 2022-02-04
- Explicitness: explicit
- Country: International
- Track Count: 14
- ℗ 2022 Pivot Gang, LLC
|1||Free Samples (feat. Cheflee)||Saba||2:07|
|2||One Way or Every Nigga With a Budget||Saba||2:45|
|3||Survivor’s Guilt (feat. G Herbo)||Saba||3:42|
|4||an Interlude Called “Circus” (feat. Eryn Allen Kane)||Saba||1:02|
|5||Fearmonger (feat. Daoud)||Saba||3:41|
|6||Come My Way (feat. Krayzie Bone)||Saba||3:10|
|7||Still (feat. Smino & 6LACK)||Saba||3:45|
|8||a Simpler Time (feat. Mereba)||Saba||3:33|
|9||Soldier (feat. Pivot Gang)||Saba||3:05|
|10||If I Had A Dollar (feat. Benjamin Earl Turner)||Saba||3:13|
|12||Make Believe (feat. Fousheé)||Saba||3:41|
|13||2012 (feat. Day Wave)||Saba||4:20|
|14||Few Good Things (feat. Black Thought & Eryn Allen Kane)||Saba||7:08|
The album can be found on music streaming plats. Go stream and be blessed!
“I’ve never made a record that sounded anything like this,” Saba said in a statement that accompanied the announcement of his follow-up to 2018’s CARE FOR ME. “And part of the fun of releasing music is to create worlds sonically, and have people trust you to show them around your own imagination.” On lead single “fearmonger,” the Chicago rapper reunites with Daoud for a slightly psychedelic look at fear “as it relates to money in the Black household—a fear that I am still currently working through,” he says. Elsewhere, on “Come My Way,” he pays tribute to the sumptuous melodies and double-time flows of fellow Midwesterners (and childhood inspiration) Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, whose very own Krayzie Bone makes a guest appearance.