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Killa Sha

Killa Sha

Killa Sha


Born and raised in the notorious and historical Queensbridge Houses of New York City, Sha-Lumi has had a front row seat to the evolution of hip hop since day one. While being inspired by some of hip hops most influencial pioneers, including Marley Marl, MC Shan, and Biz Markie, Sha has maintained to create a flavor of his very own. Sha first began his career in hip hop as a dj and producer for a group called The Super Kids. The group consisted of himself, Craig G. Read more on Last.fm
Born and raised in the notorious and historical Queensbridge Houses of New York City, Sha-Lumi has had a front row seat to the evolution of hip hop since day one. While being inspired by some of hip hops most influencial pioneers, including Marley Marl, MC Shan, and Biz Markie, Sha has maintained to create a flavor of his very own. Sha first began his career in hip hop as a dj and producer for a group called The Super Kids. The group consisted of himself, Craig G., and Tragedy.

Their only release was a 12 single on Nia Records in 1986 called The Tragedy (Dont Do It). Unfortunately, the group later separated. Never being one to slouch, Sha kept focused and began to dj for the infamous Mobb Deep. This was when the world tours began!!! Little did everyone know that on the side Sha was honing his rhyme skills.

As time went by, with the skills rapidly improving, Sha formed the group Killa Kidz. The group consisted of himself, Psycho Child (a.k.a. Mr. Challish), Mr.

Ruck, and Baby Sham. Their only release was a 12 single on Young Life Records in 1996 called 96 Phenomenon. Mr. Challish and Mr.

Ruck were also featured on Nas Q.B.s Finest gold compilation album and Baby Sham went on to join Busta Rhymes Flipmode Squad. In the midst of shopping the Killa Kidz material to various record labels Sha was reunited with his old protg, Tragedy. This reunion proved to be crucial since Sha was to be featured on 5 songs on Tragedys Against All Odds LP. If he didnt have enough on his plate already with the rapping, djing, and producing, in 2000 Killa Sha joined forces with famed NYC radio personality Stretch Armstrong to host The Extra Large Radio Show on Hot 97 (W.Q.H.T.).

He also went on to host shows worldwide with Stretch in Japan, Austria, France, and Germany. Over the past few years Sha has been aggressively building his collection of solo material. He has blazed tracks produced by the likes of Alchemist, Marley Marl, Ayatollah, and Sha Money XL, for starters. He also has done freestyles for mixtape djs such as Kay Slay, Green Lantern, Whoo Kid, Camilo, DJ Peter Parker, and Cut Master C, to name a few.

All of this has been great preparation for his solo album which is slated for a 2004 release on Diva Don Records in conjunction with Marley Marl. If thats not enough you can always catch him on his radio show "LUMINATI RADIO" on futureflavasonline.com every Friday night from 10pm-Midnight. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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