SGT – WERK @Salutesgt

SGT’s new single “WERK” is extremely catchy and definitely club worthy. He challenges “twerkers” to prove their skills with this summer anthem. This west coast style of production comes from Jaz-z, his sound is unique and definitely has its own bounce. The visuals along side this record make for something truly exciting. The simple, yet eye grabbing presentation, is what makes this a Mad World TV production.

Hailing from Pomona, CA is independent Rapper / Songwriter “SGT” [pronounced Sergeant]. Like many others, SGT started making music out of his bedroom, releasing mixtapes on Datpiff and Soundcloud. After realizing his level of passion and talent, SGT began to master his skills that you see him brandish today.

His polished sound is unlike any other, and he easily sets himself apart with his unique rhyme patterns and cadences. SGT’s arsenal of punch lines are endless and wowing, as he often leaves his audience amazed. He has been featured on Lamar Jay’s mixtape “Og RnB” [Hosted by DJ Carisma & DJ SoSo] alongside other artist like; Skeme & Casey Veggies. He also has quite a few collaborations with upcoming LA producer Mike Crook, Who has produced tracks like “Daddy” and “Bleed it” for Blueface.

SGT has completely recorded and mastered his entire debut album that is projected to release in December of 2019. As he prepares for his release, he has been releasing singles like “Big Homie”, “A perfect curse” & most recently “WERK”, that will definitely keep you interested in what is next to come. SGT has found his niche and will definitely be making a name for himself in 2019.

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