Saucy Santana Reflects On Being Known As A “Gay Rapper”: “That Is Who I’m Fighting For”
Written by B87FM on February 19, 2022
Saucy Santana admits that he initially did not like feeling “boxed” in as a “homosexual rapper,” however has since come to embrace the title. The 28-year-old artist mentioned his relationship with the LGBTQ group throughout a latest interview with Workplace Journal.
“Initially, it was,” Santana stated, when requested if it is “annoying” being lowered to only a “homosexual rapper.” “Now I take it and I embrace it. And I am glad, I am proud and I deal with it with delight.”
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He continued: “I initially was so massive on being accepted by the straight those that I did not wanna be generally known as a ‘homosexual rapper.’ Now I do not thoughts somebody calling me a homosexual rapper or a LGBT rapper as a result of that’s my group. That’s my tradition. And that’s who I am preventing for. I used to get offended about being known as a homosexual rapper as a result of I did not wanna really feel like my music was boxed. I’ve confirmed even with me being homosexual, that my music touches all people. ‘Materials Lady’ is being sung by youngsters, males, girls, grandmas, aunties, uncles, and grand-daddies. So, my dances are being executed by white, Muslim, Spanish, Black, 50-year-old, 20-year-old, 10-year-olds, and so forth. My music touches and conjures up everybody. So I do not thoughts holding the ‘homosexual rapper’ rapper title.”
Santana is greatest identified for his hit singles from 2021, “Materials Lady”, “Stroll” and “Right here We Go,” in addition to visitor appearances on Love & Hip Hop: Miami.