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Judah Shadrach Set To Release A New Visual Soon



Judah Shadrach Peters knows his name packs a punch. The name, given to him by his mother, has deep religious roots, with Judah meaning “praised” and Shadrach meaning “command of Aku” (“command of God”). Teased for it in his youth, it wasn’t until Judah Shadrach was much older when he realized his name’s true power and impact. With the release of his first album Gravity, the up-and-coming artist is on the rise, striking his listeners in the same way– powerfully and impactfully. 

Born in San Antonio and raised in Kissimmee, Florida, Judah Shadrach began making music at 12 years old as a hobby between him and his friends. His talent and passion for football landed him a scholarship at Arizona Western and brought him to Orlando, where he played in college, penned football-themed songs on the side, and owned his own security company. Through this time, he proceeded to indulge in his love for music as a way of coping with the loss of close family and friends, including his brother, who was shot and killed on Judah Shadrach’s birthday in 2015, and the arrest of his cousin; however, it wasn’t until his cousin XAN first heard his music that the artist began turning his love for the craft into a career. The rest, he says, is history. 

As a musician, Judah Shadrach’s sound is unique, shaped by his Jamaican heritage, his upbringing in Orlando, and his love for all music but especially hip-hop and reggae, naming Lil Wayne, Jeezy, and Bouju Banton as some of his greatest inspirations. He recorded his first record, “Cocaine Dreamz”, in 2013 and 2014 while on break from college, but the journey since then wasn’t always so steady. In 2019, Judah Shadrach co-wrote a song with Swave on Tee Grizzley’s album “Locked Up” and was given no credits. He took a break from the craft that year, grappling with the decision to give it up entirely until XAN moved out to Orlando. Often compared to Pop Smoke and the “Hood Drake”, Judah Shadrach has now added his 2019 album “Gravity” and latest release “The League” featuring Wavo to his growing repertoire, and has performed at various shows with a list of other artists, including his 2016 performance with King MIZ and XAN at the Mercury Ballroom in Louisville, Kentucky; his 2021 Pro Bowl Performance; and his opening performances for Troy Ave, Lil Uzi Vert, and Bryson Tiller. 

As an artist who writes all of his lyrics, Judah Shadrach describes his style as laid back and easygoing. He cites music as a way for him to express his emotions, and he aims to deliver conscious and relevant music to his fans. He believes that stories told through music can touch people in an especially deep and meaningful way, hoping that when his fans tune in, they can tap into his story and find strength in their own. That’s Judah Shadrach’s goal through and through– to inspire, and to speak to new and old generations alike. His music speaks to that objective. After the release of his first full project “Gravity” in 2019, he is now working on a mixtape to be released this fall, and with the release of his newest record, “The League”, a song inspired by one of his close friends who passed as a result of gun violence, it is clear that his roots and story remain tethered to that drive. Through music, Judah Shadrach pushes to pay homage to the greats that came before him, and to give back to Orlando and its youth. He attributes this drive to his larger community and family, his primary source of motivation. “My family believe in me so hard and so much,” he says. “They wouldn’t let me give up, even when I wanted to.” 

With his passion for storytelling, unflinching drive, and family by his side, his fans can rest assured that they have someone real– someone who is just like them. “I always treat people the way I want to be treated,” he says. “I like my fans to know that I am someone that will support them the same way they support me.” While he never wants to rush to put out work, he aims to release more music and videos, and his insistence to stay grounded is what will continue to set him apart from the rest. “There is a lot of fake BS and gimmicks,” he says. “I don’t care about chains or grills– can’t wear it, so it’s not needed.” For Judah Shadrach, everything lies in the music, and he plans for it to stay that way. With his upcoming project and newest record “The League”, out now on all streaming sites, it’s only up from here for Judah Shadrach Peters– in power, in impact, and in his unrelenting authenticity. 

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Thomas “Bubba” Harrison, From Hip Hop To Major Flights, He Has Always Shined



Queens native Thomas “Bubba” Harrison has lived an exciting life. Thomas exemplifies perseverance and dedication to pursuing greatness from his time with the legendary rap group ONYX to landing various successful real estate deals and even starting a black-owned commercial flight business.

Dealing with a rocky First venture with a music imprint partnered with Sony that Harrison had to repivot out of due to unfortunate circumstances halting the deal and rekindling his passion for music. 1997 then came, and life changed for Thomas as he began writing under the name Bubba Smiff as he began recording with the ONYX. However, his love for real estate took off during that time, and he netted a quarter million in value from his first property purchases he used from his rap career money.

Now, Thomas started to become a real estate Tycoon and business genius. Throughout the early 2000s, Harrison accrued over fifty properties from New York to California. He used the immense network he gained in music to help maintain upkeep and boost expansion for his ascending real estate empire. He also established a successful credit repair business that helped people purchase the cars and houses of their dreams. Thomas even previewed his future ventures by influencing people to fly with Jet Smarter. This private airline company gave customers flights for quality at the time because it was his passion and dream to run a successful flight business, so he wanted to see the backend side of that business.

This man Thomas “Bubba” Harrison, originating from Queens, has a God-given acumen IQ, and this was only the start because years passed before the recent COVID era. Thomas and two colleagues pooled enough money to purchase a plane together. This motivated Harrison to enroll in Long Island Aviators School to work on his piloting certificate because he wanted to be more than an owner. Now, he is putting together his next ultra-successful business venture, Fly Flashy, which is progressing smoothly with a core base in Florida. Things are set in motion for it to become your new favorite airline soon. God fearing and passionate, hats off to Thomas Harrison for being a role model to artists worldwide and black men.

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Get To Know @Uknowflyboi Ahead Of The Release Of “Tokyo Drift”




Flyboi Rich is someone that we talk to frequently at 4ShoMag. He’s one of the best rising artists out of Detroit, and just a look at his consistency in releases over the last few years, plus his rising streams on platforms (he’s had millions of streams) shows that the world is realizing it too. 

It’s been a while since we’ve caught up with what he’s doing, but, ahead of the release of his new single “Tokyo Drift,” we wanted to catch up with him quickly about where he’s been, what’s inspiring him, and what we can expect from “Tokyo Drift.” 

Check out our brief conversation below. 

Could you tell me a bit about where you’ve been since our last conversation?

I’ve been doing a lot of traveling studying planning buying real estate learning more about the business side of music and taking meetings with smaller labels. Ethika recently had me come in to talk. 

How has your career elevated? 

My streams have been going up and with that comes trouble. People have been hacking into my social media accounts so I’ve just been rebuilding them. I’m seeing streams go up over a million a month sometimes, so I appreciate whoever is listening to me and watching my videos.  

What’s the inspiration for your new music? 

My new releases are inspired by the drama that I’ve been going through, just life situations that I’ve been putting into the music. When you hear me, I’m putting my all so people who understand my struggles can identify with what I’m saying. I always make sure the punchlines and metaphors hit too, because that’s something I always focus on.  

What’s the message behind it?

The message behind it is to really talk crazy and speak your mind. Don’t let your voice get shut out. Open up and do whatever you want to do and take chances for what you want to become Don’t take shit from nobody. And to be honest, it’s also my story of coming from the trenches as an underdog.

What are you working on beyond this that your fans can wait on?

The next thing that I’m working on is definitely more music — starting with the release of “Tokyo Drift.” I’m also working on new ways to present my brand to people — whether it’s more clothes and fashion lines on the way, or being featured on bigger blogs and radios. You’re going to be seeing a lot more of me in the near future. 

Keep up with Flyboi Rich on Twitter and Instagram at @uknowflyboi.

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R&B/Soul Music’s Newest Star: Oshanna Listeners on a Journey of Self-Discovery and Empowerment





Meet Oshanna Naomi Davis, the rising star in R&B/soul music. She hails from Toronto but grew up in Brampton, and is currently based in Vaughan. Oshanna draws her inspiration from some of the greatest musicians, including Michael Jackson, Lauren Hill, Alicia Keys, Kiesha Cole, Mary J. Blige, and Jhene Aiko. Her music is a unique blend of R&B/soul, chill, and alternative sounds that represent her perspective on life.

For Oshanna, music is more than just a hobby; it’s her passion and calling. It provides her with a safe space to express herself and connect with others. Oshanna’s music invites her listeners on a journey of self-discovery, vulnerability, and empowerment. Her latest project, “Energy,” is a testament to the power of authentic connections and the transformative nature of friendship. It’s inspired by Oshanna’s close friendship with someone who taught her the real meaning of unconditional love.

“Energy” is the first single from Oshanna’s upcoming EP, which is scheduled to be released in August 2023. Her performance at the NXNE Festival in Toronto in June will be something to look forward to. Additionally, as the first-place winner of the Coast to Coast Artist Showcase, Oshanna will be going to the finals in Miami on November 11th to perform some unreleased music.

Through her music, Oshanna hopes to inspire her fans to follow their dreams and conquer their challenges. Her message of self-love, authenticity, and vulnerability is a source of liberation and empowerment for her listeners. As a rising star in the world of R&B/soul music, Oshanna’s future is undoubtedly bright. Her music is a beautiful invitation for her listeners to embark on a journey of self-discovery, vulnerability, and empowerment.

Check out her new single “Energy” below.

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