- Saba Performs “Busy/Sirens”, “Logout”, “Heaven All Around Me” and “Life” on NPR Tiny Desk Concerts
- Chicago-based rapper Tahj Malik Chandler, aka Saba appeared on NPR Tiny Desk Concerts, where he performed “Busy/Sirens”, “Logout”, “Heaven All Around Me” and “Life”.
The songs appeared on his sophomore album "Care for Me", which was released back in April.
The original "Busy/Sirens" features theMIND and "Logout" features Chance the Rapper. He played “Heaven All Around Me” and “Life” as medley.
Saba performed with keyboard players Daoud Anthony and daedaePivot, who produced and played on "Care for Me". Also, his father Tahj Chandler joined in performances as backing vocals.
"You're not gonna believe me when I say it," he prepped the crowd, turning to the tall man wearing the Saba tee and Panama hat. "This is Chandlar, my father."
The album "Care for Me" doubles as a memorial for Saba’s cousin, John Walt, who was stabbed to death in February 2017.
“I was listening with one of the producers and he actually pointed it out: ‘Damn dude, all of these songs are about Walt,'” Saba told Rolling Stone in July.
He will embark on his first tour of Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Korea, scheduled to begin in November.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- source : NPR