Shon Mulah
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Shon Mulah


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"Shon Mulah - To The Floor (I Like The Way)"

Tell us about where you are from and how you got to this position today.
I was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. Basically, the whole idea of me rapping came from my dad, Touie (2E). He is my biggest inspiration in my rapping career. When I was about 10 years old, my dad, my brother, and I decided to come up with a song that we named “Somebody Help Me Now,” after that I knew that rapping was something that I loved. Whenever I would do my little school performances, I would feel like I had so much positive energy coming from the crowd. I wanted to feel that all the time, but at the same time I had to focus more on school. I stopped writing for a few years and then came along my second inspiration, Young Money. They are the group that really inspired me to pick my mic back up, take my pen out of my pocket, and start rapping again. I loved their swag, the way they rapped, just their whole demeanor altogether.

Tell us more about the current song you are promoting to everyone.
What I’m promoting now isn’t really just a single song. It’s more of my mix tape as a whole. It’s my first one, so I’m really stoked about it. I’ve just been really pushing it, and getting the snippets from some of the songs out to the public.

Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in the industry?
Of course, one of the first challenges I faced is being a homosexual male in the game. I have to work ten times harder for my respect. It’s really hard to get other rappers, producers, and even a crowd in general to notice my music, but once I start rapping, respect is definitely given where it’s due.

What was one of the biggest set backs in your career and how did you bounce back?
Not having a certified studio to record in was definitely a setback for me. My music wasn’t sounding the way that I wanted it to, but then I got myself together, learned the tips and tricks to having a home studio, and got it started.

What are some things artists need to be careful of?
I think that a lot of artists these days should definitely be aware of being repetitive in their music. Not saying that keeping your original style isn’t the way to go, but as an artist, you should always explore different genres and find out what you can do. You never know.

What suggestions do you have for other artists like yourself?
For any other artists that are like myself, I just say work hard-hard-hard! Without hard work, you’ll just be sitting there making music for no reason. Get your music out there, get a fan base. All of that comes after hard work.

What is one of your favorite ways to promote yourself and your music?
One of my favorite ways to promote my music is over my Facebook page. I’m always on there. I’ll always keep everyone updated on what I’m doing music wise and in my everyday life.

Where can people visit you?
People can visit me primarily on my Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Twitter: @_PrettyBoyKUSH
YouTube: Shon Mulah
Or just email me: - wwsmag


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



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.