Mainstream be damned, every once in awhile there emerges a sound so unique that it simply can’t be ignored, especially not when the streets have latched onto it, proving that the Lone Star State will no longer be written off as just another regional sound.
Much has been made of their past, yet it’s their similar connection to the streets that both shaped and brought the members of The Sauce Factory together, each from various parts of Houston. There’s Sosamann, 5th Ward JP and Rizzo (collectively known as Moe Gang) and of course duo The Sauce Twinz (Sauce Walka and Sancho Saucy,) each founding members of “Splashtown, USA.” These are the leading men of TSF, but there are others in the crew as well; they’ve grown into a family of sorts, distinct personalities that have somehow blended together to produce a number of notably infectious projects including In Sauce We Trust, Trap’2 Out 2, Sorry 4 The Sauce and more.
The term “sauce” has taken on numerous meanings, referring to a musical blessing, a lifestyle, an energy. In short, TSF is a movement and it’s gained the attention of Meek Mill, Waka Flocka and even Chris Brown, who recently brought the Twinz out during a stop in Houston for his “Between The Sheets” tour. Recently kicking off a tour in their hometown, the team is staying busy with a number of performances planned during Austin’s annual SXSW festival and upcoming collaborations with Drake, Boosie Bad Azz, Kevin Gates and more. The streets are dripping with sauce, embrace it.
The Sauce Twinz Perform During Chris Brown’s “Between The Sheets” Stop In Houston