It takes dedication, belief and hard work to create change. Kansas City, Missouri native rapper They Call Me Sauce is about that life in more ways than one. One of They Call Me Sauce avenues of change is his positive messages through his mesmerizing lyrics. I think he understands in order to appeal to this new generation of music listeners your beats have to bang and lyrics catchy and engaging.
Kansas may not be a consider a major city but it does not mean it is immune to the same problems plaguing other major cities such as gun violence, drugs, and gang violence.
They Call Me Sauce speaks on these issues on a lot of his songs. Also he is just not a man of words but a man of action. A community activist, he a has been involved in hosting a shoe/clothing drive, rapping at Job Corps’s, abused/abandoned children homes, Homeless shelters, Juvenile Detention Centers, teaching kids at the City Union Mission, rapping at schools, local businesses and more!
The 3rd installment to Sauce’s #SoulFood series. This one focuses on the story and struggles of Black women in America. Filled with lyrics that uplifts women, offers the opposite of misogynistic Hip-Hop, boast in change through God, provides intelligent lyrical ability and sets the atmosphere with smooth vibes.
Check out the lead single “Time to Eat” from the 15 track album #SoulFood3: A Dedication to Black Women below. Also provided a couple of tracks from Sauce’s soundcloud. Be sure to purchase the album on his bandcamp page.
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