In the culinary world, The Appetizer is the first course of a meal, served before the main dish is unleashed. In the rap world... well, it pretty much means the exact same thing. The project before the project.
Enter Booth newcomer Sauce McKinley, a New York native who is a musical chef with many talents: recording, songwriting, and producing.
The free, 10-track EP includes Booth-featured standout "'Til it Dawn," in addition to contributions from guests Dee Goodz, Freddie Gibbs and Stalley. Production is handled mostly by Braden Blair and Matt Cody, with Sauce and Velous each turning in one track.
Written by DJ Z on Mar 24, 2014
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