Though he's long been polishing his skills as an emcee, SauceLord Rich made his name as one-half of the hit-making production duo FKi, whose work includes Post Malone's "White Iverson," Travis Scott's "Sloppy Toppy," 2 Chainz' "Watch Out," and many more. This year, SauceLord has made a concerted effort to establish his own movement by releasing projects on which he raps, produces, and maintains full creative control. His new mixtape is called Know Me: Rey Lobo, and it's his third tape of the year. Rey Lobo is Spanish for King Wolf, which was the title of SauceLord's last tape, released in September. His first tape of the year, Know Me: SauceLord Rich -- which included unreleased records from Bankroll Fresh and Young Dro, arrived in April.
Rey Lobo features Jesus Bhrist and Runway Richy. With tracks like "Mr. Incredible" and "Skinny Rick Ross," the tape should provide more insight into the fantastical persona of SauceLord Rich. Read HNHH's recent interview with Rey Lobo here, and watch the video for the King Wolf standout "Butter" below.