On December 21, Saigon will return to the game with K.L.O.U.T. To get the campaign started, Sai connects with Benny the Butcher over Buckwild production to deliver the single “No Witness.”
It’s the return of Saigon!
Now aligned with Tech N9ne’s Strange Music, Saigon is back at it and drops a new joint with DJ Corbett behind the boards titled “My Gun.”
It’s been a minute since we last heard from Saigon. But the emcee is back and having a little fun with “Ol School Moves.” Nobody is sure if he has an album coming but we’ll have to keep an eye on Sai-Giddy.
DJ Kay Slay drops a set of visuals for “24 Hours.” With verses from Papoose, Bun B and Saigon, the posse cut gets it right with “Meet Sims” on the hook.
Kool G Rap dropped his 6th studio album Return of the Don and cut loose a video for “Running” with Termanology and Saigon.
Termanology and Saigon link up for the Q-Tip produced “We’re Both Wrong” from Term’s album More Politics. The video for the song finds the duo taking a look at the police and how they’ve handled minorities over the past few years. As we know, it’s pretty bad.
Saigon looks at gun laws from a different perspective on his 2nd Amendment anthem “Blessing.”
With the unfortunate addition of Alton Sterling and Philandro Castile to the mounting toll of African Americans killed by police, Termanology and Saigon’s “We’re Both Wrong” comes right on time with its distrust in law enforcement.
Saigon brings in Big Daddy Kane to rock over the DJ Premier produced remix to “One Foot In The Door.”