Sha-Doe the Creeper

Sha-Doe the Creeper

BandHip HopR&B


Sha-doe the Creeper was born in Savannah, Georgia and grew up on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina listening to the sultry sounds of The Isley Brothers, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, The Commodores and many other R&B pioneers of the era.
Before long, he became addicted to the styles of Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, NWA, X-Clan and other pilgrims of the hip-hop generation. At age twelve, his love for rap music became an obsession and he soon began rapping in local talent shows and successfully winning most of them. As a teenager, he entered a contest held at his high school and his lyrical skills and unique style got everyone's attention. After receiving many compliments and encouragement from his classmates, he began to realize that his talent was a gift and decided to start taking his talent seriously. His game plan was abruptly altered after the untimely death of his mother and he put his dream on hold. He later decided to relocate to Atlanta, Georgia and quickly learned of the wicked ways of the inner city streets. After witnessing first hand how young black children were dying before their time and experiencing poverty first-hand, Sha-Doe knew it was time to change his game plan. He altered his lyrical style from a materialistic, self-indulging flow to a positive, social and politically conscious one. He later joined a group called FaceDown and they began pressing their own cd's. Selling more than 30,000 copies out of the trunk, a song from the cd, "Make Your Money" received air play on a local radio station.
Although FaceDown has since disbanded, Sha-Doe has continued to press on towards his dream. Since relocating to Atlanta, his performances include appearing as an opening act for Rahim the Dream in an Atlanta outdoor concert, several appearances at local Atlanta nightclubs, guest radio appearances and more. Now with his first solo album nearly complete, Sha-Doe the Creeper is starting a new chapter to bring his skills to the table.

Set List

Typical set is three to five songs