Pivot Gang's finest returns. On Monday (Feb. 26), Saba pulled up with "Busy," an introspective track he unleashed alongside an inventive new video.

Produced by Daoud, daedaePIVOT and Saba himself, "Busy" features an understated instrumental and finds the Chicago rapper spitting about the way busyness leads to strained relationships. "I'm so alone—just me and my girl/She leave for work, and leave me for school, she finally home, I leave her for tour," Saba spits on the new track.

The visual, which was produced by Armani Barron and directed by Peter Collins Campbell, is an abstract one that see Saba standing against a burgundy backdrop as what can only be described as dancing ninjas surround him and virtual snow fall coats the ground. At one point, we see the rapper and a silhouette of his lady sitting across from one another. That only lasts for a few seconds, though, because they leave before they can start any conversation.

This visual arrives just a few days after Saba unveiled the dates for his upcoming Care For Me Tour. It looks like he's gearing up for some big things.

Check out "Busy" below, and when you're done with that, peep the dates for his new tour, which begins in April. Listen to Saba's song "360" when you're done with that.

Saba's Care For Me Tour Dates

April 11 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Foundry
April 12 – Boston, Mass. – Brighton Music Hall
April 13 – New York, N.Y. – Highline Ballroom
April 14 – Washington, D.C. – The Fillmore
April 15 – Carrboro, N.C. – Cat's Cradle
April 16 – Atlanta, Ga. – Masquerade
April 19 – Orlando, Fla. – Soundbar
April 20 – Tallahasee, Fla. – Club Downunder
April 23 – Dallas, Texas – 3 Links
April 24 – Houston, Texas – Studio Warehouse Live
April 25 – Austin, Texas – Come and Take It Live
April 27 – Albuquerque, N.M. – Warehous 508
April 28 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Club Red
April 30 – San Diego, Calif. – Voodoo Room
May 1 – Santa Ana, Calif. – Constellation Room
May 2 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Roxy
May 3 – San Francisco, Calif. – Slim's
May 5 – Portland, Ore. – Hawthorne
May 7 – Vancouver, B.C. – Fortune
May 8 – Seattle, Wash. – Crocodile
May 10 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Kilby Court
May 11 – Denver, Colo. – Cervantes
May 12 – Lawrence, Kan. – Granada
May 14 – Omaha, Neb. – Waiting Room
May 15 – Minneapolis, Minn. – 7th Street
May 18 – Detroit, Mich. – Shelter
May 19 – Toronto, O.N. – Adelaide

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