There no such thing as a day off for Saba. The rising 22-year-old Chicago-bred rapper-producer shares his new track titled "Monday to Monday" for fans' enjoyment. Produced by Richie Souf, "Monday to Monday" is his first release since dropping his Bucket List Project LP last year. For the new record, Saba reflects on his recent accomplishments.

"Honestly I think that 24 seven a understatement to my day to day/If ain't no way then imma make way/Naysayers say it no way/I ain't never listen/Kept em at a distance/This is for the ones who ain't afraid/And this is more than some paper chase," he raps.

The Pivot Gang leader also recently announced the Bucket List Tour. The trek begins on March 3 in Seattle, going through cities in the West Coast then through Austin, Texas for SXSW and to New York City, Montreal, plus Toronto before concluding in the Midwest in Milwaukee. Miami artist Sylvan LaCue will be joining Saba on tour. He released his Far From Familiar album in 2016.

We spoke to Saba in the Show & Prove section of the Winter Issue of XXL magazine, which is on stands right now.

Bump "Monday to Monday" above and peep the tour dates for Saba's upcoming shows below.

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