Daily Distraction: Listen as Saba teams with Ohio's Krayzie Bone

'Come My Way' includes an assist from the Bone Thugs-n-Harmony rapper

Andy Downing
Columbus Alive
Saba "Come My Way" artwork

Chicago rapper Saba continues to build excitement for the Feb. 4 release of new LP A Few Good Things with new single "Come My Way," a song that includes a guest spot from Krayzie Bone of Cleveland's Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.

"I’m describing many things that are normal on the westside of Chicago, so that it plays like just any other day. Pretty stagnant but having so much life," Saba said in a statement accompanying the song. "An acknowledgement of grief, but the song is not written as to feel sad or sorry for ourselves. It is a reality, not one I or anyone else can change, so this song is getting up the next day and getting to work, or getting to it however you provide, but just moving on in that fashion."

It's a point hammered home in the sing-song chorus, where Krayzie Bone repeats, "And we'll be good."

"Come My Way" is the third track released off of A Few Good Things, following "Fearmonger" and "Stop That." Based on this trio of tunes alone, the rapper behind one of the best albums of 2018 sounds like he's ready to contend again in '22.

Listen to "Come My Way" below and click here to see a list of Saba's forthcoming tour dates, which includes a May 4 Columbus stop at the Newport.