Shaadoh Session (pronounced Shadow) presents vocal excellence laid out across a modern R&B soundscape, on her new single, “Ride For U.” . It is no surprise Shaadoh Session found her way to music. She grew up watching her mother, Candee, handle her own in the music industry in the ‘90s. Shaadoh Session was just eight-years-old when she started to write and sing originals, but it wasn’t until after the birth of her son in 2015 that she began to record the lyrics that had been collected in various notebooks over the years. Fast forward to March 2019. The mother of one was about to add a daughter to her world and was feeling extremely vulnerable. Right after her daughter came into this world, Shaadoh Session found herself penning her latest single. A song she now dedicates to the one who she found herself deeply in love with that left her with a broken heart. With a heart in shambles, she soon packed her life and kids up and moved to Clearwater, Florida for a change. It proved to be a great call as she was discovered in January 2020 by Risky Bizness Entertainment’s CEO Alfonsa Riley who is now her manager. With a neo-soul meets alternative R&B vibe, fans of Jhene Aiko and Summer Walker are going to want to embrace Shaadoh Session as their next musical obsession.
What is your earliest memory of music? And, how did you get started in music?
My earliest memory of music was at the age of eight, I began singing and playing instruments at an early age, my mother inspired me to sing in church as my dad is the bishop.
What was the first song you ever wrote? What or who inspired you to start writing music?
The first song I have ever wrote was inspired by Beyonce and Destiny Childs. I would word play with my siblings growing up just for fun.
Do you play any instruments? If yes tell us about it. If not, do you work with a band or studio musicians? Do you produce your tracks or work with a producer?
I played clarinet and alto saxophone. I also write my own music and work alongside my producer to create my vision.
What is your favorite part about being an artist (performing, recording, writing, playing)?
The best part is watching someone get a vibe from my creativity. Its an awe moment when I see someone singing my music.
Do you have any advice for young women pursuing music?
Never say never!
For readers who have never heard your music, can you suggest one or two songs to start with?
"Ride For U" Is available on all major platforms this is my first single. This song is inspired by true life event of an heartbreak and the struggles of a woman when she's low.
Where can fans access your music? Connect with me on social media at Shaadoh Session (Facebook, Instagram ,Twitter) and also at my website - there's fan gear is available to all.
Listen on Spotify.