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General News / November 5, 2018

Saba announces return to Dublin in early 2019

General News / November 5, 2018

Saba announces return to Dublin in early 2019

We first stumbled upon Saba when by chance his smooth track ‘Church/Liquor Store’ with NoName came on a radio show.

 

It was taken from his 2016 album ‘Bucket List Project’ which also featured the likes of Twista. The young rapper has also collaborated with fellow Illinois natives Chance The Rapper and  BJ the Chicago Kid as well as Jay IDK and more during his burgeoning career.

The young rapper played The Academy’s Green Room last year and now after 12 months of big moves including a new album and appearing on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert, he’s playing the main room of the venue.

He lands in Dublin on Friday March 15. Tickets €20 on sale this Friday at 10am.