Interview With YSaucy
Brooklyn, New York Hip Hop artist YSaucy looks to make a big impact and leave his legacy in the Hip Hop industry. The `young artist continues to make impressive moves that some more mature artists haven’t had the ability to. This fact paired with his tenacious want to be the best is a clear recipe for success. Let’s dive a little deeper into what makes YSaucy the artist he is today.
What Are Some Challenges You’ve Faced Along the Way?
The biggest challenge I ever faced was probably growing up without a father. When I was younger my mom tried her hardest to keep me off the streets she didn’t want me outside she didn’t want me doing anything stupid. Growing up in the east wasn’t pretty it was a lot of people getting shot and stabbed just a dangerous environment that she didn’t me to be around. So much so that she made sure I went to school in a nice area just to give me a taste of luxury. But I didn’t like that cause everyone around me was privileged grew up in a nice house, both parents and wore the newest gear. They made me feel like I was an outcast because where I come from I used to have one pair of sneakers for the whole year and 2 pairs of pants and shirts for the week so they constantly made fun of throughout middle school and all throughout freshman year of High School. Through all those challenges I faced that made me want to change myself so that no one can ever have anything bad to say to me. It’s made me become the man I am today and gives me hope for the future.
What Keeps You Wanting to Make Music?
With the constant drive to release songs that are even better than his last, YSaucy speaks to his fans about the background of his life in his most recently released single Pain. Writing verses and hooks by the handful, music quickly became an important part of his life. As seen on his newest song Pain, YSaucy’s skills are on full display and we can clearly see how much has gone into him creating his own unique sound.
What’s Your Biggest Accomplishment so Far?
My first music video, huge shout out to my manager for making that happen. He has helped me in so many ways that I could never repay him. He helps bring motivation to me and then I then transfer that same energy to others around me. That would be another big accomplishment of mine. That I have been able to help level up the people around me that have played an intricate part in pathing my path to success. I want to keep that same energy in everything that I do.
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