Ethan Sacii’s star has been prominently rising over the course of his collaborative album series with DGB. He’s gone from a relative newcomer on the Atlanta scene to one of it’s most promising young artists seemingly quicker than most. Perhaps it’s because of the onslaught of high-quality music he’s released in less than a year.
Championed by 808 Mafia, young Sacii has notably worked with such A-listers as 2 Chainz, Metro Boomin, & Lex Luger. However, unlike a lot of newer artists, Ethan’s music consistently captures the listener’s ear no matter who he’s been working with. In fact, the strongest song on DGS3R may just be the featureless “Trap in Atlanta.”
With a seemingly endless stream of material and a fan base that is quickly extending beyond being just regional, look for Ethan Sacii to continue his feverish ascension. Who says you can’t be prolific and consistently release high-quality music?