Saba Reflects on His Youth on New Song “Where Ideas Sing”
After dropping his single "There You Go" and remixing Jamila Woods' "Emerald Street," Chicago's Saba is back with another song. The rapper's latest track, "Where Ideas Sing," finds Saba evolving from student to teacher.
The introspective record sees Saba reflecting on the days when he would listen to Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor and write while on the train to Wicker Park. "But remember school days/I was bumping Food & Liquor/Listening to Lupe/I was grinding, touchè/That was at the open mic/Them was every Tuesday/Now we on the road/Cause we work profusely," he raps.
Up next for Saba, the Chicago rapper is scheduled to perform at the All Things Go festival in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, Oct. 7 and will then make his way to Atlanta on Oct. 8 for the A3C festival. Following the festival gigs, Saba will then head to Europe for a nine-city tour beginning on Oct. 25. The rapper will make stops in Ireland, the United Kingdom, France, Poland, Germany and the Netherlands.
Listen to Saba's "Where Ideas Sing" and check out his tour dates below. "Where Ideas Sing" can be purchased on iTunes.
Saba’s Bucket List European Tour Dates
Oct. 25 – Dublin, Ireland – Green Room
Oct. 26 – Leeds, U.K. – Headrow House
Oct. 27 – London, U.K. – KOKO
Oct. 28 – Paris, France – Candy Shop
Oct. 31 – Warsaw, Poland – Smolna
Nov. 1 – Cologne, Germany – Reineke Fuchs
Nov. 2 – Berlin, Germany – St. Georg
Nov. 3 – Rotterdam, Netherlands – REC Fest
Nov. 4 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso Upstairs
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