MP3 : SauceLord Rich – “Too Late”
Premiered By HypeTrak, SauceLord Rich Brings Trap And Rock Together In Lead Single For Upcoming Album
Critical Praise for SauceLord Rich:
|“…he not only proves he can stand on his own, but that he can rap with the best. – Complex
“As hot models roam the studio and smoke from numerous blunts in rotation fill the room, SauceLord literally makes his nocturnal vision into reality” – Vibe
Over a menacing swirl of distorted guitar, shrieking organ, and militant bursts of trap snares, SauceLord Rich lets everyone know that it’s “Too Late” to stop his success. Premiered by HypeTrak, “Too Late” is a trap banger dipped in rock, a continuation of SauceLord’s history of spanning multiple genres on a single track. Originally coming to prominence as one half of the genre-defying, Atlanta-based production duoFKi, SauceLord is now focused on making his name as a rapper. Snarling out declarative rhymes overThe Covenant produced beat, SauceLord makes it clear that he is not just another producer trying out rap, but a bona-fide double threat that happened to make it as a producer first. “Too Late” is the lead single from his upcoming album Know Me: King Wolf, due out September 9th, which features Post Malone and Tommy Swisher.
For the past half-decade, SauceLord Rich became known primarily for his behind the board skills, earning the reputation as one of the best producers in hip-hop with his work in FKi. Producing hits such as “White Iverson” by Post Malone, “Make It Rain” by Travis Porter, and “Work” by Iggy Azalea, SauceLord engineered, mixed, and helped artists write rhymes and hooks. Confident in his abilities in every aspect of hip-hop, SauceLord stepped into the foreground with his solo debut Know Me: SauceLord Rich in April. His upcoming follow-up album Know Me: King Wolf finds him displaying his mic skills, continuing to re-introduce himself to the world as a legitimate rapper.
Listen to “Too Late”: https://soundcloud.com/saucelordrich/too-late-prod-by-the-covenant-1/s-gckB2
Checkout HypeTrak’s Premiere: http://hypetrak.com/2016/08/fki-saucelord-rich-too-late-interview/
SauceLord Rich Background:
Over the past half-decade, SauceLord Rich has risen to the top as a one of hip-hop’s most reliable hit-makers. As one-half of the production team FKi, the Atlanta resident has been behind the boards for hits from Iggy Azalea (“Work”), Travis Porter (“Make It Rain”) and Post Malone (“White Iverson”), assisting artists with penning rhymes and writing hooks as well as engineering and mixing records. But there’s more to SauceLord than just his studio skills. Following the release of his compilation solo debut Know Me: SauceLord Rich this past April, he’s reintroducing himself to the listening public as a rapper, putting his mic skills to the test on Know Me: King Wolf, dropping September 9th. The project, which he entirely produced and mixed with his team, establishes him as a multifaceted artist, one who’s already excelled in every area he’s attempted—except in being at the foreground.