Hip-Hop Artist ‘Sharoo’ Set To Release Newest Single ‘Triumph’

Sharoo – pronounced “Shay-rue” is an American Pakistani rapper. His latest single, ‘Triumph’, is a beat driven rap track which has been inspired by Big Shaq’s viral, ‘Man’s Not Hot’.

Born in Yonkers, New York, but spending a lot of time in Dubai, Sharoo found his passion for music at the age of 5 when he started learning piano. He didn’t however start writing or producing until high school, when encouraged by a friend. He is inspired by a variety of cultural experiences, which he believes gives him a unique edge in the music business.
Sharoo found his inspiration for his latest track, ‘Triumph’, in the urge to create a track which didn’t compromise his lyrical integrity, and his endless quest to put meaning behind his words. Sharoo’s aim is to create music which allows people to relax, to relate to, and to enjoy.

‘Triumph’ has a fast paced flow with a simplistic backing track, with a heavy drum and bass beat interspersing every so often. There’s a nice eastern flavour to the music, largely taken from ‘Man’s Not Hot’ through which Sharoo weaves his rhyme in and out. Sharoo has put his individual stamp on the track, taking ‘Man’s Not Hot’ and turning it into a song about success and living your best life.
‘Triumph’ is available to stream and download via all major digital platforms. You can find Sharoo online on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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