One Life One Love
Puttin' it down for the world but startin' with the Boogie. Sage wants to bring his Spanish influence to the forefront of his craft and wants the world to know rap is the basic foundation for his life. Check his album 'One Life, One Love' or see him rock a show and you'll realize what he is trying to do. Entertaining the world in every capacity is his goal and making you feel it in the process. What is Hip-Hop when Sage does is thing? It's a ride through the iilest streets in the Bronx and the coolest streets in Cali. Rockin' at a show in Delaware, Sage did his thing when the camera was on him. The art of the rhyme is special to Sage, not one to shy away from showing off his prowess; he did this album to introduce himself to the world. The studio is second nature to Sage and each track proves it. 'I rhyme so the woman can check me out', a direct quote from Sage also 'I rock to teach the youth that no matter what you do in life, it's love and you can go on'. Sage is no stranger to making mistakes; growing up in the NYC has taught him to never give up no matter the circumstance. Check 'School Days' for his story of leaving High School and still getting his education. On the song 'Just A Little Bit', he wants to carve out a small niche just for himself and various cool-out materials. Sage is about achievement and his album is going to set off some sparks in the world.