Curren$y might be closing in on a year-long stretch of monthly mixtapes, but he wasn’t the first to do it. Back in 2012, Brooklyn emcee Sha Stimuli did the damn thing with a series of quality projects (including The March, Hotter Than July, and The Wire).
After that, though, Sha took a break from the booth to handle some real life situations — becoming a father for the first time being at the top of the list.
In September, following a four year hiatus, the talented lyricist made his return to the rap game by breaking down the power of words on “Sticks & Stones.”
And now, the comeback campaign continues with the two-part “New Jordans/A Poem For Mike,” produced by Just Blaze and Needlz, which digs deeply into the fascination of materialism and the resulting social implications.
Check it out below.