Sosa 808 was born on March 19, 1997 and is an unsigned American record producer based in Cleveland, OH. His passion for music began at an early age. Sosa would study other producers such as Lex Luger, Southside, Metro Boomin & more. At the age of 13, Sosa teamed up with close friend and artist, Young Bitty. It all began one dayafter a phone call when Sosa asked Bitty to listen to a beat. Fascinated with his unique sound and diversity, Young bitty gave him just enough positive feedback for him to continue to produce music. From that moment, Sosa took into consideration producing for other artists and officially went by the name "Sosa 808" Over the years, Sosa 808 released mixtapes; showcasing his beats for the world to hear. Becoming a driven producer on the rise to success, Sosa is a 3-time Award winning producer. He took home the award for Producer of the year at the Legend awards and at the Ohio Entertainment Awards. Sosa 808 has produced for many Cleveland artists. His credits include Young Bitty, Shuicide Holla, Wreckin Squad, Billard, Ripp Flamez & Lil Cray. Sosa is known as one of the hottest producers in Cleveland, OH. Determined to become one of greatest Producer’s in the game, Sosa’s journey is far from over!

my story

" I never knew I had a musical talent. It was a time when I didn’t have a clue what an 808 was. The Way everything came along as far as me traveling to different states, meeting people who’s been in the game for years….it’s a huge blessing! I remember growing up listening to Lex Luger, Metro Boomin & Southside beats. After I saw a video of Soulja Boy showing off his skills on FL Studios, I downloaded the program and was like……WTF IS THIS SHIT? LOL!!!

I never watched a YouTube Tutorial on how to make beats…EVER! My brother "Montana Corleone" taught me 80% of how to use FL Studios. He basically taught me the basics, which gave me what I needed to master the program.

The first hit single I produced in my city was "Fallout" by Wreckin Squad. I Remember Just hearing people ride up and down my street; walking through the halls in my school listening to the song but nobody knew I produced it lol, it was crazy. The feeling was Epic and PRICELESS. A lot of people still to this day knows that it was me who produced Fallout for Wreckin Squad. I loved it.



Written by Robin Lewis.