Interview with Sha Bucks
What’s Your Back Story?
Ever since I can remember, I’ve had to go through a lot of troubles and struggles that come with growing up in a low-income neighborhood. That’s what I revolve my music around, my real-life experiences. I began to write music as a way to express these experiences and after positive feedback from people around him that thought his music was good, I decided to take the leap of faith to pursue music full time. So far that has proven to be a smart choice as I am making his dream a reality.
What Unique Sound Do You Bring to the Table?
With my killer combo of a distinct flow and melodic beats, everything I drop is a certified hit. I’m known for delivering a powerful message through each and every one of my songs to show my fans that they too can overcome their struggles and make their dream a reality. With bangers like “I Get a Feelin”, “I Remember”, and “Bloodas” I am off to a hot start and is set up for an illustrious career in Hip Hop.
What Lasting Impact Do You Want Your Music to Have?
I’ve known that I am destined for great things. I’m trusting the process and putting in the long hard hours to establish myself as a household Hip Hop artist. I use my music as a medium to show my fans all of the hardships that I have been through. I want my fans to relate to his music and understand that no matter what you’re going through now will get better. I yearn to only put out the best for my fans and family who continue to show me endless support in my endeavors.
Where do You See Yourself in the Future?
I picture myself at the top of the game as I follow the “wait your turn” mentality. I grind day in and day out to perfect my melodic flow to put out only the best music possible for my fans. I want my fans to be able to relate to my music and make it through their struggles. I want to reassure everyone to keep going, don’t give up, push your limits, and trust the process. Put in the work and the success will come just like it has for myself throughout the duration of my career. I truly believe everyone can make it happen.