Legend of Lucky Lamar
Shaquil 'STAR' Rashad is blessed with talent as a songwriter, singer, and producer, and has a style that is best described as 'cosmic soul'. His music envokes elements reminiscent of legends like Marvin Gaye, Prince, and Isaac Hayes. His vocals, his lyrics, and his music blend into a signature sound that is unique and relevant in urban music today. His new CD 'The Legend Of Lucky Lamar' contains songs from the heart, for the soul and mind, as well as an afrodisiac for the grown & sexy. The time has come for the next level in soul/r&b music, and STAR is ready to shine his light on all who are open to receive. Shaquil 'STAR' Rashad: Producer, Songwriter, Artist 2007 - debut solo album "The Legend of Lucky Lamar" (GrownFolks Muzic) 2007 - solo mixtape, "STARchives I -The Prequel to a Legend" (GFU, Inc) 2006 - executive producer/performer, "Marietta Storm Mixpate, Vol. I"(GFU, Inc) 2006 - writer/performer "Here I Stand" Big Floaty (105 Ent./IMD) 2005 - composer and performer,"Sunstone" featured on EJ the Witchdoctor's "Gumbo Cookin' - The Mixtape" (IMD) 2005 - featured on Decatur Joe & Ben Hill's "Scarin'em off Da Streets - Vol 1" mixtape (GFU, Inc.) 2002 - writer/producer/performer "One" solo album- (GFU, Inc) 2002 - producer/writer "Family Tree" (album) by The Collection (GFU, inc) 2001 - composer & performer, 'Time For Some Axion' featured on Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 game & soundtrack 1999 - writer/producer, "How Sad" by the JazzyFatNastees 1998 - co-producer, the Baby Paw LP (Itchy Palms Recordings) 1997 - writer, "Singin' The Blues" by Trey Lorenz 1995- writer/producer/performer, STEPCHILD (Warner Bros.) writer, Chrysalis Music writer, "Jersey" performed by Queen Latifah from the "New Jersey Drive" soundtrack 1994 - producer, "Vibe (remix)" performed by Zhane (Motown) producer, "Hittin' Corners" performed by Kay-Dee from the "Friday" soundtrack (Street Knowledge/Priority")
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