Stream SABA's New Project 'Bucket List'

The 13-track project features Noname, Smino, Twista, Monte Booker, Matthew Santos and more.

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SABA announced the release of his Bucket List Project earlier this month by releasing a single featuring Noname, called “Church/Liquor Store.” The Chicago rap artist now drops the entire 13-track project. Featuring Smino, Twista, Monte Booker, Matthew Santos and more, the jazz, soul and electronic-infused tape is inspired by the death of SABA’s uncle, who is remember on “In Loving Memory.” Stream the project below and make sure to cop Bucket List Project on iTunes.

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