Serious Distribution Presents Shame Clark the Winner of “The Next Generation Under The Spotlight”

The flow of his music, from hip-hop to R&B shows the flexibility of this upcoming artist.

With inspirations from KRS one, Nas, Rakim, Tupac and many more other artist of the old school, you can tell that his music has definitely taken a moment to relate back to its hip-hop generation. As hip-hop still remains, change is always relevant, take a listen to Shame, as he begins his music journey, and becomes apart of the music movement.

South Carolina based Entertainment Company Serious Distribution and Shay Williams From S.U.R.E LLC Announced That Shame Clark is The Winner of “The 2016 Next Generation Under The Spotlight” held at The Ezra Conference Center in Raleigh North Carolina.

“Music to me is my sanctuary and another way for me to touch others’ lives through my own personal experiences, but still making good music with a meaning,” said Shame Clark.

“With Shame Winning His Major Deal With Serious Distribution The World Better Fasten Their Seatbelt And Enjoy The Ride,” said Shay Williams S.U.R.E LLC.

“I’m just trying to be one of the new school artist, coming up to help bring the essence back into hip hop… that’s my goal! Hip Hop Isn’t Dead,” said Shame Clark.

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About Shame Clark

Maryland is where it all began, now bringing his talents to the dirty south (Raleigh, NC). Strictly focused on his music, Shame plans to conquer the world throughout his music.With the rap game on the merge of a new era of different styles of hip hop, people look for the real essence of it but still able to transition the game instead of making it back peddle, that’s where hip hop artist Shame comes in, with his captivating sound, creative lyrics and deep story telling he is able to give art of true hip hop music hope.

Raised by his mother and father in the tough streets of Capital Heights Maryland he was determined to not be another statistic of gang violence and drug influence so he chose to take a different path. He began using music as away to express himself, listening to artist like Tupac, Nas, Biggie Smalls and Rakim he as his influences, he developed his own style and word play come one of the most talented artist on the rise. Feeling the need to branch out and spread his music Shame began doing local shows, battle rapping and using local college radios as a way to have his music touch listeners.

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