Chicago rapper Saba stopped by Sway in The Morning to discuss the release of his Care For Me album. Saba spoke about working with Chance The Rapper, producing parts of his album and crafting this project during one of the lowest points in his life.

During the interview, Saba spits a lethal freestyle over Kodak Black's "Roll In Peace," off his Project Baby 2 mixtape.He raps about growing up on the streets of the Westside of Chicago and his consistent hustle. The 23-year-old flexed his skills by switching up his flow and showcasing his double time rhyme scheme.

He jumps into the bars spitting, "We was the misfits, now look at us / Hits after hit, that's like batting practice / Boy this sh*t can get ugly, no not a catfish / But I been slaying n***as like I'm a dragon." He then switches his cadence on the London on Da Track-produced beat saying: "Boy, you wouldn't be hip-hop with a medallion on / Oh you mad I'm styling on / Standing on my own ground like I went and put the towel down / King sh*t n***a bow down."

Jump to the 17:55 mark to hear Saba's vicious freestyle. Care For Me is available on all streaming services.