Shabaam Shadeeq Flexes In Athletic Apparel In ‘Just Do It’ Visual
Shabaam Sahdeeq is serving up some seriously encouraging realness with his new music video for “Just Do It”. “I’ve seen it, I’ve lived it,” Sahdeeq raps on the tennis court.
In fact, Sahdeeq’s lyrics show respect for everyone. “Even if you sellin’ waters on the side of the road, I salute you.” The rapper looks as fly as a star in a Nike campaign inspring those participating in the sports around him to soar with lyrics like, “There’s room for us all to eat.”
Tracks and music videos like “Just Do It” demonstrate a return of old-school sensibilities. Masterful artists like Sahdeeq articulate with personality. Sahdeeq demonstrates how taking a deliberate approach has many positive impacts on an entire community.
According to his website, Sahdeeq is a “[r]evered underground hip hop sensation”. Additionally, Sahdeeq has been famous for indie music ever since he formed hip-hop collective Polyrhythm Addicts alongside DJ Spinna, Mr. Complex, and Apani B. They released “Break Glass”, their second album, with Tiye Phoenix in 2007. In 2014, Keepers of The Lost Art was awarded “Best indie album”, and Sahdeeq has yet to stop recording critically acclaimed music ever since!
Sahdeeq “has also blessed the stages of some of the biggest hip hop festivals in the world.” He is included in sets “by some of the top DJs in the underground hip hop circuit.” In addition to making rap music, he is also business owner who curates art-world events (among other things), and he continues to be “one of New York’s most popular underground artist[s].” As Sahdeeq continues to thrive in his career, who knows what he will accomplish next.