Pico Shanti_Jah Nuh Shame Us


Hailing from the vibrant streets of Ghana, Pico Shanti, not only a talented artist but also a dedicated student teacher, graces the Guidance Riddim Album with his empowering track, “Jah Nuh Shame Us.” In this collaboration, Pico Shanti brings his unique perspective as both an educator and a musician, infusing the reggae landscape with a message of pride and resilience.

As the beats of the Guidance Riddim Album create a rhythmic canvas, Pico Shanti’s charismatic vocals take center stage. “Jah Nuh Shame Us” opens with a groove that blends Ghanaian musical influences with the timeless beats of reggae, creating a dynamic and uplifting soundscape.

Pico Shanti’s lyrics become a rallying cry for self-respect and cultural pride. “Jah Nuh Shame Us” is not just a song; it’s a declaration of dignity, a musical testament that encourages listeners to take pride in their identity and heritage, despite any challenges they may face.

The chorus, filled with powerful affirmations, becomes an anthem for self-empowerment. Pico Shanti’s delivery, characterized by authenticity and passion, adds a layer of depth to the Guidance Riddim, making “Jah Nuh Shame Us” a standout piece that resonates with a sense of cultural pride and resilience.

Shelly Vybz’s expert production ensures that the Guidance Riddim provides an ideal backdrop for Pico Shanti’s exploration of “Jah Nuh Shame Us.” The fusion of Ghanaian rhythms and reggae beats creates a sonic landscape that not only entertains but also serves as a source of empowerment for listeners.

As “Jah Nuh Shame Us” finds its place within the Guidance Riddim Album, it becomes a significant moment—a representation of the intersection between education and music. Pico Shanti’s contribution stands as a testament to the reggae genre’s ability to inspire positive change and foster a sense of pride and unity.

The Guidance Riddim Album, now adorned with the empowering sounds of “Jah Nuh Shame Us,” stands as a celebration of cultural resilience and the role of music in uplifting communities. Pico Shanti’s track becomes a beacon of inspiration, inviting listeners to embrace their heritage and affirm that, with Jah by their side, there is no shame in their journey.

Pico Shanti’s ‘Jah Nuh Shame Us’ on the Guidance Riddim Album

xtacy RIDDIM ( Prod by Shelly Vybz)

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