Drill is taking over and Sha EK is part of the wave!
The 19-year-old Bronx rapper released a new 14-track project, Return Of The Jiggy.
Earlier this week, his label, Warner, put together an intimate industry party where he celebrated with DJ’s and influencers across the tristate. At the time, he said,“I just wanted to show n*ggas that I didn’t have to diss nobody. I’m an artist. I can really rap and that’s all you are going to hear [on the new project RETURN OF THE JIGGY] is real music.”
Take a listen to his project:
Per the press release:
The young drill rap prodigy Sha EK had a hot year with his debut album Face of The What? landing number one on Billboard’s Heatseeker’s chart. In 2022, Sha placed himself as one of the emerging faces of the drill rap scene with the debut album and a three pack he released in November. The two prior projects created anticipation for him to close out the year with Return of The Jiggy.
The fourteen-track project that picks up where his three-pack release left off on covering his self-awareness and newfound success. On “Losin My Mind,” he raps about how rapping saved him and sees that a label signing him placed him on a better path in life. His success in music helped alleviate past traumas from surviving on the block.
On “Been Through,” Sha Ek gets vulnerable about how much he misses his father in the hook of the song and realizing the power of the position he’s in at this point of his career. He raps “I feel like I got to tell my story, look what I become, we’re forgiven but we never be forgetting where I’m from…” Sha went from the unpredictable life and the stressors of the streets to making his family proud with pursuing music.
O TO THE G
LEVEL I’M AT
RETURN OF THE JIGGY
TURN THEY BACK
FOR THE BLOCK
LOSIN MY MIND