Born in San Antonio and raised in Orlando, Flordia, Rising artist Judah Shadrach became invested in his career early on in his teenage years. The Florida native has a unique style that embodies the grit of the south with melodies that are rooted in classic reggae. Inspired by Lil Wayne, Jeezey, and Bouju Banton, Judah Shadrach writes is own music from a place that is real and authentic.
“I’m sort of an introvert till I get to know you after that the extrovert comes out. with not a whole lot to say till I have something to say.” He admits,” To me, music is a way for me to express my emotions.I believe that story through music can touch a person in deep meaningful ways. When you listen to my music it’s a way for fans to tap into my story to find strength in theirs.”
Although Judah has been invested in his music career for years now, the road to success hasn’t always been the easiest. Grieving the sudden loss of his brother and his cousin who was locked up shortly after were some of the darkest moments of his life. He admits it was hard for him but he submerged himself into making music to find comfort and rediscover himself as an artist.
However, after getting snubbed on a track he co-wrote two years ago, the independent artist decided it was time to take a break. He said, “I took a break from music in 2019 from music, even thought about giving it all up.Then, my cousin XAN moved to Orlando and the rest is history.”
Now the independent artist has been working endlessly on his music journey. In fact, He just dropped his latest single “The League” Featuring Wavo, the track was inspired by one of his good friends that died in result to gun violence. You can catch the visuals to the single which is set to drop TODAY!
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