By Jack Barnes
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. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
Originally coming to prominence as one half of the genre-defying, Atlanta-based production duo FKi, SauceLord is now focused on making his name as a rapper. Snarling out declarative rhymes over The 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.
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Props to SAUCELORDRICH OF FKI