Shon Mulah

Shon Mulah

BandHip HopR&B

Biography

Shon Mulah, born Eriq BaShon Davis in 1993, is an "Atlanta-bred" rapper. Starting at the early age of 7 years old, Mulah, taking after his father Touie Da Dj (2E), picked up his mic for the very first time. Beginning with the rap name "E-Queezy", Mulah performed at elementary schools, charity events, as well as churches. After deciding not to be on stage for a while, E-Queezy (Mulah), put down the mic, and picked up his school books. During his years of schooling, Mulah continued to write raps. Gaining influence from artists such as Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Eminem, Wiz Khalifa, and many more, Mulah started to write his raps again, and began making music for his friends. As he brushed up on his skills, Mulah began distributing his music more into the public eye. Featured in an article from WWS MAGAZINE, Mulah claims "When I start rapping, respect is definitely given where due". With his "Young Money" type style, Mulah has covered songs such as Kanye West's "Mercy", Driicky Grahams "Snapbacks and Tattoos", and more. As well as releasing his new single "To The Floor (I Like The Way)" in September 2012. Mulah (currently unsigned), hopes to one day be signed to YMCMB (Young Money Cash Money Records), and continues to make music until he reaches his goal.

Discography

"To The Floor (I Like The Way)"
"Bend Over"
"Mercy" (Cover)
"Snapbacks and Tattoos" (Cover)