Starting as a makeup artist for the iconic City Girls, Saucy Santana started rapping in 2019. Saucy Santana, whose real name is Justin Harris, quickly gained fame being invited to perform at the 2019 Fenty Afterparty. Singles, EPs, and more brought Santana to the height of hip-hop; even starring on Love & Hip Hop: Miami in 2020. His singles Material Girl, Walk, and Here We Go went viral on TikTok, with over 17 million streams on Spotify.

Saucy Santana was born in Connecticut and moved to Florida as a teenager. He identifies as a member of the LGBTQ community and uses his platform to be an advocate with his music. In late 2019 he was a victim of a drive-by-shooting, thought to be motivated by homophobia. The event sparked the inspiration for his single You Can’t Kill Me. It only strengthened his drive to make music, and the passion is contagious in his works. 

There are over 100 songs to choose from when you start to listen to Saucy Santana. You can join over 3 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Apple Music, or YouTube