“They make the same records and y’all call them hits. If that’s what it’s taking to make a name then consider my new shit anonymous.”
Saba recruits fellow-Chicago artist, Tink, for his new track “Temporary.”
Saba is probably the most lyrically-reflective he’s ever been on this new track, “Temporary” (outside of his appearance of Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment’s “SmthnThtIWnt” and “Marbles” from his last project — ‘Comfort Zone’). Between his passion, the hint of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s influence on Saba’s flow, and Tink’s vocals — “Temporary” is a very dope tune.
On “Temporary,” Saba discusses the struggle of not getting stagnant at his craft, not caring about people’s opinions, and just how temporary life is altogether.
There are high-expectations for Saba’s next project and if “Temporary” is any indication of what’s to come on his next project, he will exceed expectations!
“Fuck you and your opinions.”