Chicago native. Saba, has officially dropped the video for his track “Come My Way.” The song is premiered on his critically praised 3rd album, 'Few Good Things'. Saba connected with iconic rap group member Bone Thugz N Harmony's own Krayzie Bone for the track. Saba has been very open about how the legendary group inspired him, stating that the group's music made him take rapping seriously.
“When I think back on first discovering Bone Thugs-N-Harmony as a child, it immediately stood out to me as unique,” the Chicago lyricist said in a statement. “I started paying attention and really learning how to rap from listening to them and trying to recite it.” He added, “It felt honest and completely true to themselves – authentic in a way that doesn’t come around very often and in a way that will be impossible to recreate. Their mix of melody and rhythms that I had never heard is what connected with me in a way that other music just didn’t. It inspired me to be more creative.”
As Saba celebrates his first-ever RIAA certification for his gold-selling single “Photosynthesis,”, he also gives us the music video for 'Come My Way'. As he gears up to kick off the North American leg of his headlining Back Home Tour, he celebrates many milestones in the young artists career. Starting on April 11th, Saba, along with Dreamville rapper Lute and L.A. based artist Amindi will be on full go mode for the tour. starting in Phoenix. Arizona. From there, Saba will make stops in Dallas, Orlando, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Boston, Detroit, Chicago and others before he takes off overseas to Europe in September.
Check out the video for “Come My Way” below.