EXCLUSIVE: Delaware Producer Sap Talks Working with Game; Planning to Release Project as Rapper

AllHipHop Staff

(AllHipHop News) Critically acclaimed producer Sap, creator of Mac Miller's Donald Trump" and Game's song "Celebration" featuring Tyga, Wiz Khalifa, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne, recently spoke with AllHipHop.com about several songs set to be released on Game's upcoming Jesus Piece project.

Sap, a native of Delaware, produced "Black Jesus" and "Holy Water" on the Game's album, which is set to be released on Interscope records December 11th.

While Sap is well-known for his work with Game, he has also produced for a host of other artists including but not limited to, Mac Miller, Young Jeezy, Kendrick Lamar, SchoolBoy Q, Pusha T, 2 Chainz, Bun B, Meek Mill.

His success has brought inquiries from Busta Rhymes and NORE most recently.

"It's crazy! Having Mac Miller, Game (laughs), Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Tyga, Chris Brown on my résumé due to dope features for the Game, it's a blessing." Sap explained to AllHipHop.com. "I finally can get recognized by other artists all over... Busta Rhymes, Nore, Pusha T, who hit me the other day like, 'Yo send some beats!' It's mind-blowing how fast things are moving!"

While Sap has numerous credits, he remained humble and explained that he has learned a great deal, by working closely with Cool and Dre, whom he credits with connecting him with Game.

"Cool and Dre produced the Game's huge hit 'Hate It or Love It,' so they had that natural chemistry and respect for each other," Sap told AllHipHop.com. "They hooked that up for me when I was out LA . Then when 'Celebration' dropped I got a chance to meet Game for the first time because before all that Cool and Dre were getting him the music. Then me and Game whipped up 'Holy Water' on the spot first time we met. It's been love ever since, I talk to dude like everyday. He comes to Delaware and he hits me up. We just kicked it talked about all types of stuff he's like a big brother, and its crazy because I'm a fan of Game."

Although Sap is happy producing, he is not content, as he has plans to make the transition to rapping as well.

During the interview Sap was actually in the studio recording his raps in Philadelphia.

"I'm actually in the studio in Philly right now at Batcave with Rug Recording as I do this interview (laughs), but I'm working on my second project called 'The Invite,' which will feature some huge names, I don't wanna give away just yet."