Sauve Sidle’s unique style in both fashion and music that sets him apart from all the others. Having toured the world with Juice WRLD and close friend Lil Mosey, there’s no telling what’s next for the 20-year-old.

Now, Sauve releases the official media for “Skully,” one of his most popular songs to date. The record is inspired by one man’s love for his special female companion, doing whatever he needs to provide for his queen.

While the clip is jam-packed with visual effects bringing Sauve to life in his truest form, in actuality the whole thing was shot freestyle. The focus here was less on the plot and more on the visual presentation, which yields a more organic feel. No matter how you’re feeling on any given day, “Skully” is a vibe to get you in your bag.

In Sauve’s words, “Skully means cold, when everyone is down bad.” 

“Skully” follows Suave’s most recent project Sorry 4 the Sauve, inspired by Lil Wayne’s Sorry 4 the Wait. His forthcoming tape will be a lot more melodic rap and singing — in perfect timing for this generation’s love for trap rap.

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