Hip hop recording artist Sosamann is back this afternoon with the premier of the visuals for his hit single titled “She Will” which features Memphis rapper Young Dolph. Watch the music video for Sosamann & Young Dolph’s “She Will” song here instantly via Youtube.
With an affinity for hooks and clever wordplay, Houston’s Sosamann uses his massive charisma to create a stranger, more unpredictable form of street rap. Riding a percussive cadence over snapping snares and booming bass, Sosamann brings an extra dose of energy for “She Will,” a new video premiered by BET Jams. Though Chris Brown and others would not understand, Sosamann recruits Young Dolph to boast about the loyalty exhibited by their women, demonstrating the lengths to which they will go to please them. In the video, Sosamann and Dolph luxuriate at Sosa’s H-Town mansion while two loyal ladies execute a heist. “She Will” continues a month-long hot streak for Sosamann, following XXL’s August premiere of “Runnin’ Thru,” and the WorldStarHipHop-premiered, Sauce Walka-featuring “Splash 4 The Kash,” which has earned 219K views since its release. Sosamann also appears on Taylor Gang’s collaborative mixtape TGOD Vol. 1, joining Wiz Khalifa on “Keep The Lies” and contributing his own song, “Feel Like Money” ft. Sauce Walka.
“She Will is a highlight from Sauce Eskobar, Sosamann’s most recent effort, a 15-track project laced with witty lines, next-level ad-libs, and street tales that showcase Sosamann’s distinct energy. Already a regional star, Sauce Eskobar, along with his recent signing to Taylor Gang Entertainment, helped boost his national profile and earned him some glowing press. “As a music genre, Sauce contains high amounts of mischievousness, and SosaMann’s songs are especially disruptive,” Noisey said in a May feature on Sosamann. “”Sauce is not swag. It is not something you are scared to be doing or talking about. Sauce is freedom, and that’s the basic definition because when we talk about it we feel free… I’m in here entertaining and at this point in time I’m going to give you something to look at and that’s the Sauce, that’s the Flavor,” Sosamann explained to Noisey. “Sauce is what I’m spilling, it is what I’m dripped in. It is what splashed.” With more music on the way this fall, Sosamann is dripping and splashing more sauce than ever before.