With his debut album, The Art of Trap, on the way, Illinois recording artist Sauceman Keys puts his journey back on the right path after suffering multiple pitfalls. Transitioning from the prison system following eight years in-and-out for various offenses to button and 808s on the production board, Keys is ready to lay his old life to rest and new life to flourish. But first things, before the album, prepare for the new star with a complete overview on everything Sauceman Keys below.
Hailing from a Illinois city, known as Kankakee, a suburb in South Chicago. Saucemane Keys got into music as an adolescent and played the drums in church and worked in the P.A. Room with his long time mentor Charles Price which who he learned mixing and music from. Venturing into production, Keys sole goal is to just for him and his drums and solidified mixing to be heard. However, along the way, life and the fast cash got ahold of him and took him down a dark path which led to his eight year occasional incareration.
Keys took after his grandfather and became a hustler. Reaching manhood, Keys was street smart, often too smart for his own good. He play the drums in church and shooting dice on the block with the local big time drug dealers chasing the money. The hustle led to a life of side tracks before putting his life back on track and focusing on his passion.
Following troublesome past, Sauceman Keys took to learning production and resided at POGO studio in Downtown Chicago for two years, following a junior college stint. While rising up the ranks, Keys has established a noteworthy resume in collaborations with popular names like Lil Scrappy, Hitmaka and Bumpy J, a fellow Chicago native. Now, he is ready to make his entrance, so back on up.
In 2021, Sauceman Keys promises three new projects, first starting with The Art of Trap. “I been working hard and doing collabs with other producers such as gorilla boy, officialbulletproof, 1Draco, and Uriah just to throw a few names. So between my Colabs and beats I make myself in gonna drop three beat tapes with 11 tracks on each. All different types of vibes.”
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Born Jeremy Love, Sauceman Keys is an up-and-coming Kankakee, Illinois recording artist with a street mentality, aggressive wordplay and hustler’s ambition. Throughout his come-up, Keys resume includes collaborations with Lil Scrappy, Bumpy J and Hitmaka (Yung Berg). the new artist’s career was derailed several times due to incarceration. Sauceman was incarcerated 8 years of his life on a few different occasions (in and out of jail), so the vibes you’ll feed off of this project is the art of trap. Back on the scene and ever-more popular, Sauceman prepares the release of his debut project, titled, The Art of Trap, inspired by popular hip-hop author Robert Greene.
Also a producer, Keys’ production is traditional, consistent and impactful. Ever consistent, Keys is constantly releasing an abundance of beats, weekly. Making the rising star a well-rounded, self-efficient recording artist.
The modern-day indie press can’t get enough of the new artist. To-date, Sauceman Keys was featured on California Herald and Seekers Time.