Artist SHADDOW releases his newest song "Just Keep It" from his sophomore album Nightfall Suites.
Online PR News – 11-October-2016 – New York, NY – In the times of #BlackLiveMatter, SHADDOW used his mission to inspire and empower others to create the new song, “Just Keep It,” which is a prelude to his sophomore album, Nightfall Suites.
The new single “is ultimately about self love but we expanded it to #blacklove because the black community really needs that message right now,” says SHADDOW. Because SHADDOW is a true, classically- trained musician, fans travel far and wide to see him perform live and have been anticipating the release of his new project.
“Just Keep It” is available for free download at SHADDOWmusic.com and https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=BBAmV-KKjYk for your viewing pleasure. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of the single will assist children in Africa through an organization called Crowdfrica. Support the charity effort through Thunderclap and follow SHADDOW at Twitter.com/SHADDOWMusic.
Described as being a modern day Louis Armstrong, SHADDOW carries several artistic abilities - playing saxophone, writing music and lyrics, singing, and performing. To his credit, SHADDOW’s activities and experience is quite impressive. He is a Veteran of the US Army and played in the US Army Band. During a tour in Korea, SHADDOW recorded and toured with Korean Funk Band Windy City and worked with popular Korean Radio personality DJ Dorothy of Arirang Radio. He’s recorded and performed with Japanese R&B group Ready Soul. He’s performed and recorded with various other artists such as the rock band One Nite Stand, hip hop/soul group Kuul-La and GrooveVillage and many others in the Dallas Forth Worth area. He has also been featured twice on We Talk Radio. In addition, he has two officially released singles - Worldwide Party (2012) and Don’t Stop Just Let It Ride (2011) – and his recent, unofficially released Prelude EP (2013). Shaddow is currently working on his next major project – Night Falls Suite – due to hit the latter half of 2016.