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Published on June 19th, 2020 | by Marilyn Reles

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Hip Hop Artist Sauce G Drops Soulful EP “Everything In Between”

Sauce G, has groomed himself into a rising star out of North Carolina. He drops off his new anticipated EP Everything in Between which is an easy listen. The EP effortlessly swerves between down south Hip Hop and soulful R&B lanes as he rides the smooth production with an entertaining flow. In addition to the brand new released, he serves the visual for Day In Day Out, off of the new project. Press play on the new EP and visual and get in tune with Sauce G who is destined to rise to the top in due time. We had a Q&A to get to know Sauce G, the inspiration behind the EP and what it was like to perform at SXSW as an indie artist.

Tell us a little bit about the  EP, What inspired the project and who was involved in the creative process?

The title of the EP is “Everything in Between”.

I chose that title because I feel like I’ve come a long way and through some people eyes it might seem I’ve done enough but I realize it’s still a lot more work to put in to reach my full potential. So when I say Everything in Between I mean from the bottom to the top, that’s where I’m at in life and with the music.

How long have you been making music for and how did you get your start?

Since 2009. I wasn’t putting out much music then but I was just having fun with it and really didn’t know the business side of it. Even down to recording, it took awhile for me to learn the in’s and out’s.  Around 2017 I put out my first actual mixtape that I felt most confident about at the time, titled “For So Long“.

What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in music?

Being able to perform at the SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas. If you know you know but that platform just dope and different being able to connect with more artists and supporters from any and everywhere. That was love.

What artists are you listening to right now?

I’m listening to more of my own music nowadays or I’m vibing to more beats to create new music. I would say I listen to more underground artists rather than mainstream though. The vibes are just different.

Where do you see your music career in 5 years?

Billboard hits, definitely. Hopefully Grammy nominated and I see myself writing & recording with artists of all kinds of genres. Touring is definitely something I wanna do too, just being able to see people relate to what I got going on.

How do you believe artists can give back to the community during this time?

Speak up! Don’t let it die down or go back to normal. I feel like we got something good going and it’s been time for some changes. Have an open mind about what you put out so you don’t just be telling people anything to make matters worse but stand firm on what you do decide to tell them because to some what you do & say is all they know.

Who are some of your biggest musical influences?

Nipsey Hussle, 2pac, J Cole, Don Trip, Kevin Gates.

What’s next for 2020? Can fans look forward to more music?

Count on it! I’ve been working during the quarantine to follow up the EP just right and end 2020 in a good way going into 2021. Actually I just released a new live performance of “Now We Living” which is the first track off of my EP it’s available on Youtube, check that out.



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