“Baby Snappeazus” is the latest album from powerhouse rapper and lyricist, SALLYWHITE. Residing in Thomson. Georgia, SALLYWHITE is small country living with a big dream mission.
In the midst of daily struggle, potential, and worldly demons, watch the battle between God-fearing and God-like unfold.
“Clouds” features no instrumentals, just SALLYWHITE spitting his truth and starting this album off to an incredible start. The dope and truthful lyrics showcase SALLYWHITE’s emotive songwriting and realism with his pleading vocalism. The next track “Mossy Oak Hoody” explodes through the speakers with a hard-hitting bass line and SALLYWHITE’s legendary vocalism. “Make It Happen” is a sick track that all about the hustle. Equipped with a dynamic sound and bass-filled beats, SALLYWHITE is sure to have you vibing along. His vocals are deep and hypnotizing. His smooth flow and flawless bars can be accredited to his years of experience and raw talent. “Angel N Da Ghetto” gives us old-school hip-hop vibes while remaining contemporary and addicting. SALLYWHITE’s upbeat flow and flawless, witty bars make “Salsa” unparalleled in today’s hip-hop scene. Getting a message across, effortlessly reciting perfect lyrics, and finding/creating beats to match is SALLYWHITE’s specialty.
The “Lullaby Interlude” showcases SALLYWHITE’s skills as a vocalist and complete hypnotized me. The next track “Babydoll” is a seductive track about SALLYWHITE’s girl. He tells us the story of how badly he needs and desires her. The production quality and artistry is professional and finely-calibrated. The way SALLYWHITE’s approaches his life, his drive, his work ethic and his motivation on all on another level in “Giddit”. I think that this track really embodies that message with the meaningful and truthful lyricism. SALLYWHITE’s flow is precise and flawless as he recites every bar with timed perfection and style. The production quality is incomparable and the back beat is addicting. I’m adding “Giddit” to my playlist for when I need inspiration, motivation and a track to vibe to.
“Muddy Road Blue’s 2” is all about SALLYWHITE’s notable come up and we can;t help but vibe along. He deserve every bit of success he’s earned so far and is only on his way up. His dedication to his tracks and his hard working ambition shine through the speakers. The last track “Cedar Rock Bottom” translates flawlessly into expert bars. Being able to put pen to paper and create emotive and powerful lyrics then match those lyrics to a catchy beat AND make it alluring and connection seeking for the listener is a true talent! SALLYWHITE showcases his skills as an admirable, talented and spectacular hip-hop artist. He consistently proves he belongs at the top. To conclude the album, “Helms Sistas Outro” features some beautiful female vocals to send the listeners on their way, or as a signal to hit that repeat button.
The whole album will propel SALLYWHITE’s career to new heights and we can’t wait to see what he delivers next. The storytelling aspects of “Baby Snappeazus” have me addicted from start to finish. I think that SALLYWHITE is incredibly talented and skilled at connecting with his fans. He writes lyrics that speaks to the listeners and music for anyone to vibe to. No stranger to success, his album “Baby Snappeazus” is yet another big step in the right direction for SALLYWHITE.
Check out “Baby Snappeazus” here and read more below in our exclusive interview below!
Hi SALLYWHITE! Welcome to BuzzMusic! Can you start by telling us more about yourself and your upbringing into music?
I had an attraction to music at an early age. I always wanted to express myself through art. I switched my creative approach from drawing and painting to rhyming around middle school. I'm Sallywhite from Thomson, GA, a small town about 30 minutes outside of Augusta. Sallywhite is my mother's last name and yes, it's one word. My mama used to make up these lullabies and sing my younger brother to sleep. In some way I think that made me want to create my own songs... I could be reaching lol, but that's just a musical memory I have as a child that could have swayed my musical interest. However, my intentions are to wake people instead of putting them to sleep, lol. Also, I have an Uncle that sings in church, and seeing the congregation's soul touched by his singing always amazed me. Unfortunately, I wasn't blessed with the voice of an angel, so I embraced rapping.
Who are you musical influences? Why?
I have a long list of artist that I looked up to, but my main musical influences are Field Mob and OutKast... They related to me in a way that showed me being different was not abnormal, but an advantage to compete with adversity. Authentic originality doesn't fade.
What inspires your writing?
My writing is inspired by the struggle to survive and the pursuit of happiness. I love metaphors and wordplay. Being able to take those things, attach them to a storyline, and create a piece of art can be powerful if it's done right. There isn't necessarily a wrong or right in art. I create the things that I feel, and if it touches someone else, that's a plus.
What was the overall theme of your album “Baby Snappeazus? What do you hope your listeners take away from it?
Baby Snappeazus is just that, a baby. The theme of the album is the potential to be great. When u see a baby, all you see is that moment, not knowing what the future holds for them. The album depicts the journey of a baby destined for greatness, but more so the obstacles along the way, and the battle between humbleness and confidence. The meaning of the name Snappeazus comes from the level of rapping or "snapping" ability. If something is really dope, we might say such and such snapped. So with Snapp being a nickname of mine, I became the Jesus of snapping, hence Snappeazus. From this album, I want people to take away the urge to create their own destiny. I want them to see the mistakes I've made and understand that nobody is perfect, and we can all be successful with passion and faith.
What’s next for SALLYWHITE?
I've been trying to secure a deal with Puma for yearsssss, so I'm going to continue to speak that into existence. This album had the smash single "Salsa" on it (also another nickname of mine), so I might need to look into getting my own brand of actual salsa dip. My other love after music and Pumas is avocados. My dad passed last year and left my sister, brother, and l some land, so I'm going to convince them to let me plant some avocado trees lol... I'm for real though. Also I'm looking to stick a spoon in the vegan ice cream business. As u can see my mind is all over the place so once I get a hold of it, I plan on releasing a new album early fall. The album will be called..... Well stay tuned to find out. Follow me on Instagram @sallywhiteisoneword, and the Facebook SALLYWHITE page. For now babysit Baby Snappeazus for me and if he starts to cry, put a little Shclitz Malt Liqour in his bottle lol.
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