The emerging underground emcee has been consistently sharing music and giving his rapidly growing fanbase small glimpses of his boundless artistic versatility. Whether Showjoe feels like shining his vocals on “Deja Vu,” rapping on “Hunter x hunter” or turning up and raging on “Flash Flood,” the 20-year-old multi-hyphenate has a sound for everyone.
While Showjoe’s name has been quickly making its way around the underground scene, many bigger artists and producers have found interest in the young star’s talents — even collaborating on multiple tracks with multi-platinum super-producer Nick Mira.
The Virgina-born artist has been generating plenty of buzz and gaining the recognition he undoubtedly deserves, as “Neon It 1700” further solidifies all Showjoe’s gas no brakes mentality.
On his latest single, Showjoe combines his talents for a special track that showcases his ability to create everlasyting melodies. Fans will find Showjoe switching his flow, changing his cadence and altering his vocals that bolster his authetntic sound and unique style — speaking on never “switching up” on his brothers among other things.
“I’m in LA where it’s always summer, crazy cause I got this shit out the gutter (woah, ooh woah)
Shit that’s why I be smiling so much, no wonder
Only got one, call my mother (my mother)
Never switch sides on my brother (my brother, yeah)”“Neon It 1700*” — Showjoe
In the accompanying video for “Neon It 1700” ShowJoe delivers a special sneak peek into his life as of late. Throughout the visual, fans find ShowJoe living life to the fullest, as he’s seen performing at concerts, flexing his cheddar, in the studio, dominating in both football and basketball, kicking it with his homies, shooting videos and much more. For those unaware, the talented artist is also a former D1 athlete as well.
Simply put, ShowJoe continues to become more and more impressive every time he releases new music. His talent and skillset touches outside the lines of music, making him one of the most promising newcomers on the come-up.
Watch and listen to “Neon It 1700” below!