Questions answered by Music Producer Sauceman Keys

Questions answered by Music Producer Sauceman Keys

Jeremy Love, ordinarily known as Sauceman Keys was brought into the world in March 1986. He was embraced by the Love family that is from Kankakee, IL. He’s the lone kid in his family and now he has 6 children; five young ladies and one kid. His objectives in life are to clear a route for his youngsters and potentially more. He needs to clear a path for them to do and be anything they desire to be throughout everyday life. He needs his youngsters to not need to accomplish a lot of leg function as he needed to do.

“Reason being is on the grounds that they didn’t request to be here so I feel it’s my commitment to help them on their street 100% of the way” state’s Jeremy.

  1. How do you approach the sensitive task of discussing changes and rearrangements with artists?

As far as me being a producer than an artist trust and value my opinion if there is something missing or something that needs to add to a song/track I will voice my opinion and show what I mean then leaves it up to the artist to choose rather they want the change or not …… 9 times outta 10 they take the advice because an artist and producer have 2 different ears I have both because I was once a recording artist just a recording artist that never really put music out just recorded it and listened to it in the car LOL

  1. What is the one thing every song must have for it to be solid?

The one thing every song must have for it to be solid for the most part is hats for sure. I would say hi-hats but that’s only one type of hat. So a song must have hats in it

  1. Who is the best music producer working in the industry today?

The best music producer to me is DJ Khalid. The way he gets all the different types of energies on those single tracks is legendary!!!

  1. What is the first thing you listen for when listening to a new recording?

The first thing I listen for when I listen to a new recording is ……. hmmmmm … is this the type of song I would of made or wanted to hop on when I was an artist. If it doesn’t make me wanna hop on it then lol ill pass on it …….. #Respectfully

  1. What is the biggest budget you’ve worked with?

The biggest budget that I have worked with is i never had a budget if i had a budget trust me you would know who I am but instead i have to pay and get it out of the mud so you people can know what I do. So my 6 kids are my budget lmao that’s all I can afford LMAO

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