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CARE FOR ME: By Saba (2018) -------------------------------------------------- Tracklist Ranking: 1) BUSY / SIRENS 10/10 2) PROM / KING 9.5/10 3) LIFE 9/10 4) GREY 9/10 5) FIGHTER 8.5/10 6) CALLIGRAPHY 8.5/10 7) BROKEN GIRLS 8.5/10 8) LOGOUT 8/10 9) SMILE 8/10 10) HEAVEN ALL AROUND ME 8/10 From the album cover, to the content, to the somber production, this album screams one thing to me: depression. Past present and possibly future tragedies litter the 2018 project from front to back, and you can feel the weight fuel Saba in this one. The album covers anything from loss, to drugs, to women, black power, to even religion. In an era of rap where flexing your status and stash is more and more common, Saba's humble and refreshing outlook on life really makes this project stand out to me. The album subtly follows the story of his cousin and former Pivot Gang member Walter's murder without really going into detail about it. His name comes up in a few songs, but none more that PROM / KING. His very brief and un-detailed mentions of this tragedy really spark curiosity in the listeners. I do not believe this was Saba's intention, as it seems his love for his cousin was genuine and sincere. I highly doubt he would use the coattails of his cousin's and even his own tragedy to gain a better following. Nonetheless, the background, the beautiful production, and the chilling lyrics make for a brilliant album of the year caliber project, (imo was the 2018 aoty). I am also impressed with his nonchalant remarks on black societal struggle and police brutality on the Sirens portion of BUSY / SIRENS. I honestly think it gets that point across a lot better than a Joey Bada$$ method of screaming "f*ck the police!" Prime features of the production on this project come from the soothing beat switches on FIGHTER and PROM / KING, and Saba actually has some pretty nice vocals when he actually tries. Overall, an all time great album from one of the most overlooked poets of this generation.