Sha Stimuli - Musical Career - Debut Album

Debut Album

Sha Stimuli released his debut album, My Soul To Keep, on October 27, 2009 with Chambermusik Records / El Distribution. The first single, Move Back, features rappers Freeway and Young Chris and is produced by Just Blaze. The album was released to critical success.

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