We have the distinct pleasure to announce the premiere of Texan singer-songwriter and record producer Sage Suede’s latest song “Masterpiece,” the first track off his soon-to-be-released debut album THICC JUICY BASS. Throughout his childhood, Sage Suede consistently developed his musical skills by learning to play the drums, guitar, piano, and clarinet, an instrument that got him the appraisal and prestigious acknowledgment for his bass clarinet performance at the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic in 7th grade. He also placed 2nd in the UIL Texas State Marching Band championship.
Sage Suede later quit the band to focus on acoustic songwriting, and moved to Boston to work towards a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Northeastern University, with the intention of later founding his own music business.
During his college years, Sage Suede recorded music in Snell Library’s recording studio and completed the alternative demo, ‘Diamondback’ shortly after graduation. A year later, he returned to Texas and released the fan-exclusive digital collection 2018 Freebies & Bangers, shortly followed by the compilation RAWR mixtape.
2019 saw Sage Suede release the EP ElectroPapi, a sophisticated tracklist offering a fusion of Hip-Hop, electro-pop, alternative, and reggaeton, transcending hemispheres with songs sung in three languages.
Off his soon-to-be-released album THICC JUICY BASS, “Masterpiece” is a major work by an artist who seems to know no boundaries to his talent and potential, as the music video for the song captures a otherworldly universe where pharaonic symbolism is skillfully blended with a purely innovative way of imagining what Hip-Hop should sound like in 2020 and the years to come. “Masterpiece”’ modern production and punchy electronic synth provide the ideal sonic design for Sage Suede to reveal his profound poetry, flawless execution, and vision as an artist, adding the final touch to this spectacular project.
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