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Bronx rapper Sha EK’s new track about holding it down because he’s the ‘Last One Left’: Listen

Photo: Courtesy of the publicist

Contrary to his dangerous lifestyle, the recording artist of Honduran descent from the Melrose area in The Bronx sings about his mother being happy that he’s still alive, getting old.

Photo: Courtesy of the publicist

On production that sounds like it was made or inspired by the mid nineties early 00s (think Moesha, Kim from The Parkers, and Sisqó’s major successful single worldwide ‘Thong Song’) sound, Bronx rapper Sha EK flows over the EMRLD and Wizical Beats-produced beat to tell a short story (1:42) about being not losing his mind and remaining solid, making it out of his neighbourhood, and going through stormy times yet choosing to be resilient. Proudly, Sha EK assures his listeners he didn’t have to go to college to make the successes in his life occur.

Before the track ends, he shares that he will revert to trapping if his music career fails. Though he isn’t on the usual rhythms known for its explicitness connected to alleged crimes motivating its creation, Sha EK keeps this release authentic to himself by rapping about drilling and letting his audience know that he will remain gripped up and prepared to defend himself for his daughter to continue to have a father in her life.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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