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Music News: My Lady | The Indie Music Press Release Board | Sha Stuu - Promotional Feature (Hip Hop)


06-11-2019 10:36 GMT


New York is one of the original 13 colonies that made up the United States back when it was formed. It is home to just under 20 million people and four of the world's ten most visited tourist attractions in the world: Times Square, Central Park, Niagara Falls and Grand Central Terminal. It is also the home of one of the most controversial music genres of all time - hip hop. New York’s musical history is rich and has brought us iconic acts like Beastie Boys, Lady Gaga, Run-D.M.C, 50 Cent, Lana Del Rey, Neil Diamond, Alicia Keys and late greats like Jam Master Jay. It is also home to some of the hardest working independent, unsigned and emerging musicians in the world today. This week on the SRL Networks Auditions we had the great pleasure of taking a bite of the Big Apple, as it were, and exploring the state’s emerging hip hop music scene. Hailing from Jamaica, a fairly middle-class neighbourhood comprising largely of commercial and retail areas in the New York City borough of Queens, Sha Stuu is a hot new recording artist who is quickly making a name for himself locally. His latest single, “My Lady” which was released on the 26th of October has been hailed by some as one of the most notable hip hop love songs since fellow New York rapper, LL Cool J’s “I Need Love” back in the early ‘90s, and critics are saying he’s poised to follow in the footsteps of fellow Jamaica, Queens rapper, 50 Cent who shot to fame back in 2003. Voting is still open.




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