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Sho

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE
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Born Reshonnah Harvey in 1985, Sho grew up in the Spring Creek housing complex in the East NY section of Brooklyn. From an early age Reshonnah possessed an immense talent when it came to performing. From Junior High throughout High School she was an active member of various dance and step teams. However, it was at the age of 13 when Reshonnah’s true gift began to emerge. One day while hanging out with some of her older male cousins who would frequently have freestyle sessions, they invited her to join in and after a little teasing and injured pride Reshonnah joined in and “SHO” was born. For the next few years no one took Sho seriously nevertheless, by the time she reached 11th grade Sho realized that she had found her true passion. Soon after Sho began writing constantly and later on that year met Kream Brooks and began recording with his independent label “Show Up Entertainment” in their Bedstuy studio. At the time Brooks was collaborating with stars such as Red Café and other well known performers such as Fabolous and Maino. Sho and Brooks worked together for four years but her rise to stardom was cut short by an arrest and brief incarceration. Upon her release Sho cut ties with Brooks and “Show Up Ent.” due to what she felt was a lack of support during her trial. By the end of that same year Jihard Cole stepped in as her manager and she began recording once again and performing at dozens of shows in Miami and other East coast cities, however that relationship was short lived due to creative differences but the two still remain close. Then in the winter of 2008 she was introduced to music mogal Big Joe manager of Camron “Killah Cam” Giles and Dip Set who took her under their wing and did several collaborations with her however, the songs were not released due to the then disbandment of their “Dipset Crew”. Sho decided to branch out on her own while seeking the management of her cousin Colin “Lex da Don” Broadus who had been a successful radio and TV personality in college and with the help of his partners in rhyme had started an independent label “TBT Entertainment” in their dorm room. She joined the TBT crew and once again began recording and working on her solo career while for the first time being in the driver’s seat. After a fierce promotional campaign, TBT Ent. released her first mix tape entitled “Peep Sho” hosted by Lex da Don and is currently working on her next release with her debut set to be released next summer. With powerful beats, witty punch lines and a body to die for Sho is truly a force to be reckoned with.