Saba - Stoney Feat. Phoelix & BJRKNC [New Song]

Posted by , Oct 29, 2016 at 04:04pm
User  Rating:
very hottttt
82% (35)
Rate it!
audience rating
24 VERY HOTTTTT
4 HOTTTTT
3 MEH
1 NOT FEELING IT
3 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
82% (35)
Listen to a highlight from Saba's "Bucket List Project."

SABA's big breakout moment came with guest appearance on Chance The Rapper's "Angels," which appeared on the critically-acclaimed mixtape Coloring Book earlier this year. Following that promise, he's now delivered Bucket List Project, a full length look at what he's all about. The effort is a strong statement, and one of its most immediate moments comes early on, with the twisting, sub-bass bounce of "Stoney." Teaming with Phoelix and BJRKNC, the song builds from slowly from a dancy groove to a gospel-influenced coda, before riding out on a sax solo. All the while, SABA contributes hungry, technical, personality-filled rhymes that give us a good idea of his potential.

Read our interview with the West Side Chicago rapper here

Quotable Lyrics:
Coppers trynna impound vehicle
We all see 'em though
Ay, Squeaky had a Buick
He would play our latest music
I just backseat drive
Catch the vibes, in a hooptie
I don’t got a crib but I tell my lady move it

CoverCover
Copy
050403020100

Stoney

Editor Rating:VERY HOTTTTT
User  Rating:
very hottttt
82% (35)
Rate it!
audience rating
24 VERY HOTTTTT
4 HOTTTTT
3 MEH
1 NOT FEELING IT
3 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
82% (35)

Listen to a highlight from Saba's "Bucket List Project."


SABA's big breakout moment came with guest appearance on Chance The Rapper's "Angels," which appeared on the critically-acclaimed mixtape Coloring Book earlier this year. Following that promise, he's now delivered Bucket List Project, a full length look at what he's all about. The effort is a strong statement, and one of its most immediate moments comes early on, with the twisting, sub-bass bounce of "Stoney." Teaming with Phoelix and BJRKNC, the song builds from slowly from a dancy groove to a gospel-influenced coda, before riding out on a sax solo. All the while, SABA contributes hungry, technical, personality-filled rhymes that give us a good idea of his potential.

Read our interview with the West Side Chicago rapper here

Quotable Lyrics:
Coppers trynna impound vehicle
We all see 'em though
Ay, Squeaky had a Buick
He would play our latest music
I just backseat drive
Catch the vibes, in a hooptie
I don’t got a crib but I tell my lady move it

Comments

10
ADD COMMENTView Comment Thread