Shadrach Kabango was born in
I’m betting that his mother (a poet) had a lot to do with it.
Top tracks on the album include “Brother (Watching),” “The Old Prince Still Lives at Home,” and “Compromise."
“Brother (Watching)" is a song about the stereotypes and struggles which young black Canadians are forced to deal with as they grow up today; a topic which Shad consciously stayed away from when he began his career. Next, “The Old Prince Still Lives at Home” is a light-hearted track that could easily fit on a Skee-lo album. Finally “Compromise” reeks of Shad's regular feel - an old school beat, lyrics that make you grin, and a socially-aware theme that sparks some introspection.
I first saw Shad perform when I ran shows at the
Here’s hoping that The Old Prince nabs that Juno. Maybe then he could score an endorsement deal with Parkway Ford and upgrade to a 2002 Windstar.Shad - Brother (Watching)
Shad - The Old Prince Still Lives At Home
Shad - Compromise