Haus Of Creators returns to Hot 97 for the 2nd episode of the series, ‘Style Sector.’ Where hip hop, culture, and fashion connect!
This episode features Sauce Walka, independent southern super star rapper from Houston, Texas. He is most known for his originality, authentic music content, and bold personality.
He’s been releasing music since 2014 and has inspired many prominent rappers in the game low and behold. Walka is not afraid to speak out on rappers biting his style and not giving credit when due. He’s pointed out many mainstream rappers that have stole his dance moves and popularized his term usage of the word “drip and sauce” while giving him little no credit.
Either way he continues to push out consistent projects as he’s received a lot of recognition for his “Sauce Ghetto Gospel” project which featured Jim Jones and others. As of now, he’s still independent and pushing his latest album “New Sauce City,” which is currently trending on iTunes featuring Lil Boosie, Maino, Sosamann, and more.
He’s continuing to gain fame as he is one of the biggest trend setters of the new age rap and will surely rise and receive the appropriate recognition in which he deserves. This segment digs into the most currently used terms in hip-hop being “drip and sauce” from the originator himself.
Find out what inspires Sauce Walka personal style and “drip” in the full episode below:
Check out the full fashion shoot below featured in the video interview below produced by Hausofcreators.com
Creative Directed/Styled by Venus Rose
Photo by Fabian Pacheco
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