Saba has officially dropped off his latest single “Stop That” along with the release date of his forthcoming album, Few Good Things.
Produced by Daoud, daedaePIVOT and Saba himself, “Stop That” is a hard-hitting offering that hears the Chicago rapper explore the insecurities of the human mind. “I feel like more often than not, we let our own judgement of ourselves knock our confidence off before anyone else even offers any feedback,” he said in a statement. “Our own insecurities ring really loudly in our heads, to the point where we make ourselves smaller before giving anyone else the chance to. This is something that I feel like I found myself beginning to do over the years. Hiding from the uncomfortable moment. And this song works as my noticing and correcting that.”
In addition to “Stop That,” Saba also announced that his highly-anticipated third studio album Few Good Things will drop on February 4, 2022. The upcoming record will feature the lead single “Fearmonger” with Daoud and marks his first full-length offering since 2018’s CARE FOR ME. “The follow up to his critically acclaimed 2018 album CARE FOR ME that found Saba grappling with the aftermath of his cousin John Walt’s 2017 murder, forthcoming album Few Good Things finds the Chicago polymath looking deeper within as he explores the realization of self after a search for exterior fulfillment. Few good things is to grow comfortable with the empty, and despite that, find your fullness,” a press release reads.
Watch Saba’s “Stop That” visual above. Few Good Things drops February 4, 2022.
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