From the onset of the Disco Twins sample made popular by Run D.M.C., WoodshelM’s (wood-shell-em) ‘Camp Fire’ momentarily restores the essence of Hip-Hop for anyone within listening range. The West Chester, NY based Haitian emcee and producer jumps right in delivering metaphors, similes, and everything in between on the self-produced track.
Like many rising artists, WoodshelM delivers new music pretty much weekly but as a rapper, his voice, content, and wordplay are that of a veteran. As a producer, WoodshelM works with and mentors other rising artists including newcomer J.Osha, whose production is featured on the track ‘Desperate’.
To add to his credits, WoodshelM recently launched a YouTube series titled ‘Hidden Gems’. The vlog goes a step further in not only showing WoodshelM’s personality but also his knowledge of and love for Hip-Hop. As with his music, WoodshelM embraces his independence on Hidden Gems by filming and editing the series himself, check it out below: