Baltimore native Sachet' De'Aun, now Georgia peach is a pretty problem in the rap game. Rap music is nothing new to Sachet'. When asked at what age she started rapping, Sachet' De'Aun will tell you, "I’ve really been play rapping all my life. Me and my friends used to come up with whole songs on three-way calls and go in. As I got older, I would just always spit random rhymes with my friends when we were out and about." A single mom of three beautiful girls, her rap name Sachet' De'Aun is her born first and middle names. It just fits. Growing up Sachet' De'Aun loved Lil Wayne. He was her absolute favorite rapper. Playing his albums over and over while rapping word for word with him. A little over three years ago, rap became more than just a hobby when her daughter's Dad took Sachet' De'Aun to record her first song. He had never heard her rap before, so when she told him "I want to go to the studio." He was caught off guard, laughing, he asked her "And do what?" Sachet' De'Aun told him that she wanted to rap, and the rest was history. He believed in her. The first song that Sachet' De'Aun recorded is "Where They At”, followed by many more including her hit single “Baltimore Baddie”.






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