Sha Ek – Back Out

Bronx, New York artist Sha Ek releases new hip hop/rap song and video “Back Out.” Please check it out above and drop a comment to let us know what you think about it.


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Drill breakout Sha EK kicks off the new year in style with the release of his ferocious new single “Back Out” with an accompanying video. Aggressive and relentless, the musical war cry underlines why the Bronx native is taking the East Coast rap scene by storm. Alongside the track comes its fiery music video featuring the up-and-comer’s delivery of blistering bars and unhinged revelry.

A warning shot of sorts, “Back Out” finds the 20-year-old spitting over a production featuring an infectious sitar pluck. Menacing and addictive, “Back Out” exemplifies the hard-charging drill sound that Sha EK has all but perfected. In the video, the young rapper takes to the streets for wild antics and late-night bravado. There’s a propulsive energy to everything Sha EK does — and that’s certainly true of the video.

Back Out” follows the release of the gritty “Recognition,” which dropped in December. It was preceded by the incendiary “Gun For Gun” and “EBK.” Before that, Sha EK dropped the explosive “Last One Left,” which Billboard selected as one of its “R&B/Hip-Hop Fresh Picks of the Week,” praising how “This standalone EMRLD & Wizical Beats-produced track finds Bronx rapper Sha EK turning down the bombast and opting for a more introspective vibe.”

Last One Left” will be featured in an upcoming documentary called As We Speak, directed by Jason Harper and slated for release on Paramount+ / MTV in the first half of 2024; which explores the weaponization of rap lyrics in America’s criminal justice system. Sha EK wound up a busy 2023 by teaming up with Bandmanrill and MCVERTT for Defiant Presents: Jiggy In Jersey (ft. MCVERTT) — an unstoppable 27-track release that defines the developing hybrid genre and, according to Pitchfork, “fires on all cylinders.”

With “Back Out,” Sha EK picks up where he left off — with an anthem that’s brash, bold and best turned all the way up.

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