Supa Bwe & Saba Connect on “Down Comes the Spaceman”

blame it on Shake November 21, 2017

With his Finally Dead project on the horizon, Supa Bwe keeps things rolling with “Down Comes the Spaceman” featuring fellow Chicago native, Saba.

Produced by MoneyMontage, the song finds Supa Bwe and Saba sharing their origin stories, detailing the struggles of finding themselves before rapping and their perpetual outsider status within the game.

“The song represents my inability to fit in no matter where I am, be it the hood, the burbs, or anywhere in between,” Bwe says. “I feel like a spaceman, and as a black American, get treated as such. When I say ‘spaceman,’ I don’t mean a literal astronaut, but in a more ‘It came from space!’ vintage movie vibe, or like Superman’s origin as he’s from a different planet and has a hard time dealing with ‘being a human.’ Being a human is hard. This is my origin song, it’s me explaining my journey from Krypton to Earth. It’s explaining why I feel the way I do and how long and hard I’ve worked to be here today.”

Check out “Down Comes the Spaceman” below and be on the lookout for Finally Dead, impacting December 6th.