Revered underground hip hop sensation Shabaam Sahdeeq hails from Brooklyn New York.  He  has featured with iconic musicians such as Pharoahe Monch, Mos Def, Eminem, Busta Rhymes, Red Man, Method Man, Kool G Rap, Common, Talib Kweli and many more.  He is recognized for his work on the classic Soundbombing and Lyricist Lounge Series.


Sahdeeq is also known for his collaboration  with DJ Spinna,  Mr Complex and Apani B to form the group Polyrhythm Addicts. The group’s hot album “Rhyme Related” exploded on the Independent hip hop scene. It gained critical reception, and paved the way for each artist solo career. In 2001,  after the overwhelming success of Polyrhythm Addicts first album , Sahdeeq was catapulted into stardom.  The group reunited in 2007 for their second album “Break Glass” with new member Tiye Phoenix added to the line up.


Sahdeeq went on to get tons of recognition. The hit song  “Simon Says” remix with Pharoahe Monch and multiple releases during Rawkus Records  glorious golden era blazed trails for the rising star.


Sahdeeq’s critically acclaimed album entitled “Keepers of The Lost Art ”won “Best indie album 2014” at (The Underground Music Award). Sahdeeq has since released a slew of remarkable  albums projects, mixtapes and videos. He has also blessed the stages of some of the biggest hip hop festivals in the world.


Sahdeeq has amassed a  catalogue that is unparalleled. His recent work has been receiving rave reviews in some of the most respected publications such as The Source, XXl, Hip Hop DX, Village Voice and others. He has also been spun by some of the top DJs in the underground hip hop circuit.

On a personal note, Sahdeeq dabbles in the art world,  and is also an event curator. He is the proud owner of a popular barber shop in Conyers Georgia called Blade Kings Barbershop. He is a  jack of many trades who masters them all. Over the years, he has truly refined his craft.  Sahdeeq is currently working on new innovative music projects. He is one of New York’s most popular underground artist.  The rich legacy of Shabaam Sahdeeq keeps thriving. His countless contributions to hip hop will go down  in hip hop history.