The March

by Sha Stimuli

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#TheRentTapeSeries 3 of 12

What would make you march? Sha Stimuli asks that very question on the third installment of The Rent Tape Series entitled The March.

Similar to his 2008 release March on Washington which tackled social issues like racism, gang violence, and the new president, this EP contains social content that deals with today’s ongoings.

The eight-track release features songs like “Praying For Aliens,” which delivers an interesting twist on discrimination across the globe, “Kill the Babies,” an ironic message to military leaders, and “Satan’s Song” which touches on everything from child molestation to rape by suggesting the devil’s involvement.

The title track embodies the entire EP as Sha lists issues that affect the world and questions the listeners about which one would make them stand up and make a change.

The March is an abstract approach to topics that surround us all. At the time of the Trayvon Martin shooting, the music is the soundtrack of the moment. Support the movement.

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released 30 March 2012

Recorded, mixed, and mastered by A. Jackson at Salem Psalms Library Atlanta, GA - Salem Psalms LLC

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Sha Stimuli Brooklyn, New York

Sherod Khaalis became the emcee known as Sha Stimuli in the early 2000’s taking his Cum Laude Radio and Television Degree from Delaware State University and transforming it into a music career.

Before putting his signature on a major recording contract with Virgin Records in 2005, the Brooklyn native was a columnist for XXL magazine.

In 2012 Sha Stimuli is releasing 12 EPs, one each month.
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