In this installment of our 3 part interview, Sha Stimuli walks us through the process of dropping his debut album after all the label politics and the mixtapes and the struggle. What were the triumphs, what were the disappointments and what did he feel once the release was over? How did his release stack up with some of the other excellent releases of 2009 and what would he change if he had it to do all over?
We talk about lyricism and the evolution of his music. Was he going too hard lyrically? Is there a such thing? What inspiration, if any, did he get from Brooklyn forerunners Notorious B.I.G. and Jay-Z and what element did Young Jeezy have that Sha Stimuli feel he lacked?
We get down to the very nature of the artist and dig deep in this episode of The Life and Rhymes of Sha Stimuli. Real stories with real rappers on Planet Ill.
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