Brooklyn, New York rapper Salty Brasi started his venture in 2017, with his recent and latest album release “Keep The Car Runnin'” via Chop Records. The album contains some of Salty Brasi best material in both writing and quality. Salty Brasi helped push the release of his newest album with the release of the music video for ‘Hotbox’ which features Lamar Crushin’. The music video takes place inside a garage, and is accompanied with some pretty cool animations and editing that really makes the video stand out. I think Salty Brasi is just getting started and this last album is a huge leap forward for the New York artist.
The list of bands who have managed to sell a million albums in one week is extraordinarily short. Only 20 albums have done this in the Soundscan era since 1991 – and most of them are pop’s biggest stars. Multiple Taylor Swift albums, boy bands like Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC, Britney Spears, and…Limp Bizkit. Seriously, the band’s 2000 album Chocolate Starfish, released at the height of nu-metal’s commercial popularity (and one week before Linkin Park’s Hybrid Theory), did indeed sell a million copies in its first week of release, and it was at that point that Limp Bizkit was on top of the music world. Seriously, this was a time where rock and metal bands routinely shared airtime on MTV’s Total Request Live with the world’s biggest music stars, and it wasn’t considered all that crazy.
As detailed in my interview a few weeks ago, Apple Sauce is weird. REALLY weird. But sometimes, that’s what it takes to stand out from the crowd, especially if you can do it with flair. This Italian group transcends norms and reminds me of the shock value of such acts like Iwrestledabearonce and Poppy. So, as a cohesive unit, let’s see how Apple Sauce’s debut self-titled record pans out: