Shame Gang Announces Tracklisting For ‘Better Late Than Never’ Album + Tour Dates

Shame Gang Announces Tracklisting For 'Better Late Than Never' Album + Tour Dates

Shame Gang announces upcoming tour dates plus reveals the tracklisting for his ‘Better Late Than Never’ album

The rapper’s third album features Smoke DZA, Lute, Rapper Big Pooh, Skyzoo, and more

Since releasing his lauded sophomore album ‘No Safe Haven‘ in 2021, Shame Gang has caught the attention of Jay-Z’s nephew, opened for Griselda’s Benny The Butcher and Rap legend KRS-One, and toured with Little Brother’s Rapper Big Pooh.

Roughly two years later, the rising North Carolina-based emcee–formerly known as simply Shame–prepares to release his third full-length album ‘Better Late Than Never’ and announces a string of upcoming show dates.

Shame Gang recently shared the album’s tracklisting, which revealed guest features from Skyzoo, Smoke DZA, Lute, Little Brother’s Rapper Big Pooh, Oswin Benjamin, and more.

Featuring the single “Get It Started“, ‘Better Late Than Never’ will hit all major digital streaming platforms via Manifest Destiny/Roc Nation’s Equity Distribution on Friday, April 7.

Shame is set to perform at the Dreamville Fest kickoff event “Goldmouf Garage” this Friday, March 31st.

The event is completely free, and more info can be found here.

Shame has also announced the following show dates:

More About Shame Gang:
As a creative lyricist with catchy flows, rugged rhymes, a nimble vocal cadence, and a knack for storytelling, Shame Gang imbues the ethos of Hip-Hop’s throwback era as well as its promising future.

Born in the tough streets of Capitol Heights, Maryland and raised in Landover, Maryland, Shame drew inspiration from Rap artists such as Q-Tip, Biggie Smalls, A Tribe Called Quest, Tupac, Big L, Nas, Mos Def, Eminem, and Rakim.

Like many these artists, Shame got his start to fame by competing in Rap battles and distributing his music through local college radio stations.

Before his quest to conquer the music world began, Shame had to decide which parts of life were going to make or break him.

Determined not to become a statistic or victim of gang violence or drugs, Shame used music to inspire and keep himself busy.

I got my name from my grandmother because I was hooked on the movie ‘A Low Down Dirty Shame’ as a kid, but it stuck with me when I grew up in the battle rapping era. People used to say I put shame to the rappers I battled, hence, Shame.”

Shame has lived in Raleigh, North Carolina since 2013, where he continues to create music, and dropped his first project, ‘The Sequence’, in February 2016, featuring the lead single “Still Ballin”.

He has performed at top venues throughout the Triangle (Raleigh/ Durham/ Chapel Hill) and beyond, amassing new fans along the way with his high-energy stage presence and dynamic delivery.

Shame has also graced the stage opening for big names such as Bone Thugs N Harmony, Twista, Dave East, Yo Gotti, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Slum Village, Nappy Roots, and many more.

His 2018 breakout album and first officially distributed project ‘Genesis 98’ earned him an opening performance spot for Wu-Tang’s reunion tour stop in NC.

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