The “City Streets” are both a blessing and a curse: the former for birthing some of Hip-Hop’s most notable figures and giving us an insight into what it takes to get by, while the latter has unfortunately trapped those who have become addicted to the fast life. Meet Brooklyn upstart emcee, Saga, an artist that has managed to seamlessly blend both worlds.
Influenced by Brooklyn’s finest, the up and comer makes use of his rhyming fundamentals and lyrical dexterity to elevate himself to become one of the borough’s formidable acts of the contemporary era. For the haters and biters out there, let “City Streets” be proof of Saga’s dedication to self mastery. Trading verses with Roc Marciano, over a criminally minded Marco Polo backdrop, only adds to the allure as to what he has to offer. “City Streets” is the first track taken from Saga’s forthcoming EP, From Out of the Shadows, which is produced entirely by Marco Polo. Stay tuned for more leaks and visuals to follow from this upcoming collaborative effort!