Saba takes viewers on a trip to his Chicago neighborhood in the "Westside Bound 3" music video. Fans get a glimpse at spots like Davis Park and the United Center in addition to seeing cameos by the likes of Malcolm London, Stunt Taylor, Z-Money and singer Jean Deaux. As for Saba, he sets up in front of TJ's Gyros to spit rhymes about growing up on the west side of the Windy City.

"And I'm from the part of the city that they dont be talking about/I gave the west side a new meaning/I took it to the Europeans/The police took my nigga freedom, I probably be in there with him/Cause honestly I think just like all my niggas/And honestly I should’ve reached out to Twista like, ay bro I got one I need you on this one/Austin division, ironic that that's the divide/Below the poverty line/My mother was on the southside/Z-Money told me it is fine/I caught the bus off of Pine/I say my work double time/Knocking what I am not ever been robbing a few niggas traveling on the train on my way to school a couple times," Saba raps.

Saba's music video for the Bucket List Project standout is not the only big release he's been a part of this week. The Chicago rapper also jumped on the remix of Sylvan LaCue's "Best Me" and appeared on comedian Hannibal Buress' Handsome Rambler podcast. You can listen to the song and podcast below.

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