@Atlwebradio #newmusicalert @shakeavel delivers another street banger entitled #cp3 #chrispaul #nowplaying #onamobiledevicenearyou #tineinorbetunedout
shake a vel
I decided to look out and fix your bio, it was a good bio the only problem was you spoke from first person basically telling the story yourself and I switched it to third person use this one instead
Shake-A-Vel a.k.a. Green Hornet was born and raised in Brooklyn (Bedstuy). The only thing that was bad was he grew up very poor and it led him to a life of crime at a very young age. He got the name Shake from playing basketball back in the days and he use to put shows on the court. He represent N.A. Rock, which stands for Nostrand Ave. From Fulton Street and Nostrand Avenue up to Lafayette Avenue across to Tompkins Avenue which was called Dodge City back in the day.
He got the name Green Hornet from staying on his grind when it came to hustling. In 1997, he really started taking rap serious as far as becoming a rapper. He studied the art of writing in the back room of his apartment in Tompkins projects (NYC Housing Development). He practiced his writing skills for years as if he had been possessed by it. It took at least five years just to master his style of how to flow over beats and not miss a note. His whole thing was to be sharp like he was in basketball. He wanted to be the best at what I did. Still deep into the lifestyle he was forced to live, he eventually became a product of that environment.
He kept his head up high and refused to be a failure. Now he was on point with every move he made and he had one problem, an open court case (drug possession). While out on bail, he fought the charges for a minute but decided in order to move forward, he had to deal with the consequences of past choices. The lowest offer was 3 to 6 years upstate in which he was a predicate felon with a history of crime. He decided to cop out and do his bid upstate to get his mind right. His main focus was to be successful when he came home. Shake-A Vel's #1 producer is Buddha Monk who kept it real and wrote him while he was up north. He said “Yo Horn (Green Hornet); I got you when you touch down.”
He did three years upstate and then it was on and he became more focused In January 2003 he paroled out and went straight to the studio with Buddha---we put it down real heavy just as planned. Soon after, hisstarted my record company, Dri Lann Entertainment with the help from his family. His EP featuring song titled “No Fear”, dropped to set off his album that’s coming soon, “Bring It Home” by Shake-A-Vel/O.P.N. Fast forwarding to 2013, he dropped a mixtape called, “TAKE IT IN BLOOD” on Coast 2 Coast mix tapes that had 2,166,000 downloads, plays, and views. He then followed up with a slew of singles. In 2016, he dropped the “THROW DAT MONEY SEASON EP”. In 2017, he dropped the “SCALE EP” and the video on WORLD STAR HIP HOP with over 1,000,000 views. He is also featured on 2 DOPE BOYZ & INFLEX WE TRUST.
With his new release out now “Scale Universe”, Shake-A-Vel is rising through the hip-hop ranks. Setting the streets on fire with his hit “Throw Dat Money”, now he follows up with his new single “Chris Paul”.
With the NBA playoffs poppin now and the Rockets having a chance to get to a finals berth and Chris Paul being one of the stars, here is the anthem!
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