Sauce Walka and Sada Baby are made for each other. Both Sauce Walka, from Houston, and Sada Baby, from Detroit, have made themselves underground-rap institutions, tirelessly cranking out new tracks and mixtapes at insane rates. Both of them are total rap monsters. Both are funny as hell in theatrically ignorant ways. Both are wildly charismatic, energetic presences in their music videos. And now they’ve found each other.
Earlier this summer, there were videos online about Sada Baby signing with Sauce Walka’s TSF label. It’s not entirely clear whether Sada Baby has an official record deal or whether he’s just running around in a TSF chain. Either way is cool. This spring, Sauce Twinz, the duo of Sauce Walka and Sancho Saucy, put out their Lost In The Sauce mixtape. Sada Baby showed up on the song “Big Drip Squad,” which also features Sauce Twinz protege Sauce Gohan. (Yes, Sauce Gohan is named after the Dragon Ball Z character.) I somehow slept on this song when it first came out, which is ridiculous because I search the internet for new Sada Baby songs every single day. But “Big Drip Squad” now has a video, and it is a thing to behold.
All four rappers on “Big Drip Squad” absolutely go nuts on the track. Sada Baby and Sauce Walka seem to feed off of each other, though Sancho Saucy’s closing verse might be the best one on the whole thing. But the video is what makes it. You need to see Sada Baby out here leading synchronized marching-Terminator dances. It’s the best thing I’ve seen online in a long minute. Check it out below.
Sauce Twinz’ Lost In The Sauce mixtape is out now on TSF.