They Call Me Sauce Hip-Hop ENTREPRENEUR/recording artist/PERFORMER/teacher

The COVID-19 crisis has hurt many performing/touring and artists-educators like me. I am a full-time artist (see my artist resume) in this remark so the cancellation of all my performance and teaching gigs (through May) have left me looking for ways to continue doing what I do online while taking care of my family. So far, almost $4000 worth of guarantees on top of potential bookings, merchandise sales, tips, and performance royalties are now lost. If you can, please stream or buy my music, lead me to artist relief grants, book me for an online performance or teaching, become a monthly supporter via my new Patreon, or simply donate to my CashApp ($SaucePay), Venmo (RoyceSauceHandy), or PayPal. Thanks for reading.


Providing jazz-inspired and empowering tunes, Kansas City native “Sauce” guarantees a live performance that will inspire any & everyone. His soulful and electric presence leaves the crowd amazed at the quality of music along with the depth of content while still making them dance. On top of being a go-to voice for the mid-west region, and having music that has peaked on iTunes, Amazon, and Billboard charts, he works with youth through Hip-Hop based initiatives—which include creative writing classes/workshop and public speaking. He has performed all throughout the mid-west, southeast and southwest regions including music festivals like Secret Stages in Birmingham, Alabama and at colleges like Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas.


Teaching Hip-Hop as creative writing via Blue Springs South High School - 2020
Speaking on teaching youth via Hip-Hop at the MLK Community Forum 2019
Speaking at Startland News & ArtsKC's Innovation Exchange 2018


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All other contact inquires: booksaucenow@gmail.com