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If there was a barometer to show how much the West Coast has transcended music and pop culture, it could well be past the limit.
West Coasters have always had their finger on the pulse of culture, and continue to fervor mellifluous sounding music with a gusto bop. The new generation of artists such as Saweetie, OhGeesy, Drakeotheruler, Blxst, Bad Bunny, and the eclectic class of West Coast music purveyors are the gift that keep on giving.
It’s no surprise, producer Verrsaucy is going further down this road of West Coast excellence. With placements on Blueface’s “First Mission”, DMB Gotti’s “Peter Piper”, King Most Wanted’s “High Power”, it’s only a matter of time until we annex Verrsaucy’s name alongside the tastemakers he looks up to – Mustard, Southside, Metro Boomin and J.LBs.
A reason I’m passionate about music is because I just love what I do. Music is amazing and it just means a lot to me, a lot inspires me but what really inspires me the most is that there is no limit to this music shit.
The LA tastemaker is persistent. Despite having already mustered up sounds for some of the most acclaimed artists in modern music from the West, his eyes are perched on the future. After all Hip Hop is ever evolving, and the ability to be a part of or to actually formulate the frontier sound or wave is what imprints one’s impact, legacy, and respect in the folklore and grand scheme of things. How he plans to do this, is a wheel already in motion.
I am currently I am working on my song with Blueface and Bluebucksclan “Beat up,” I also have a few songs on Blueface’s upcoming album. An upcoming project you guys should look out for, is some stuff with Rubi Rose on the way. Some past releases I’ve worked on, Peter Piper – DMB Gotti, High Power – KINGMOSTWANTED, Blood Walk – YG Ft. Lil Wayne & D3szn, First Mission- Blueface. A few of my favorites from these past releases include “High Power” *& Peter Piper because of the circulating viral attention they had with over 100K videos on each song as well as “Blood Walk” with millions of streams.
As anticipation swells for his latest bangers and anthems, the “Blood Walk” architect believes the undertone listeners and fans can pinch from his journey is that you can be fueled by yourself, and self-belief is the key behind anything we do:
The message I hope fans take away from my production is just to keep going at what you do best, go hard and never doubt your success
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