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Getting to Know Rapper, Volatile Shae

Getting to Know Rapper, Volatile Shae


Christian Burris, also known as ‘Volatile Shae’ is a musical artist, producer, and event curator from Dallas, Texas. The artist has a lot of projects to look forward to in the upcoming seasons and is just getting his name out there. From being consistently dedicated to his work as long as he remembers, pushing past adversities, and still pursuing his dreams, Volatile Shae speaks more on his upcoming endeavors. 

“Right now, I am currently working on a couple of songs with my producer/co-producer, John Camp. As well as putting together an event called “ARTISTSforDALLAS”. My vision with this event is to bring together a variety of artists from all backgrounds (musicians, painters, dancers, sculptors…etc) to come display their artwork and talents for people to enjoy, while also helping raise money for those struggling to provide for themselves and their families.”

Volatile Shae is known to be driven, creative, and straightforward when it comes to his demeanor and work ethic. Volatile Shae is on the right path despite the hardships he grew up in and overcame. Volatile Shae has been through a lot. “I’ve had to overcome a lot growing up, and most of it I had to overcome myself…and it was hard, because like my parents, I have a few mental disorders, which make things pretty difficult for me most of the time. But the one thing that kept me going and gave me the motivation to continue pushing was music. Music and writing are my only outlets. If it weren’t for those, I’d probably be dead or in prison.” Volatile Shae stays motivated. His hardships have made him who he is and Volatile Shae does not stop pushing. Because of his consistent work, he is now an upcoming and talented artist coming out of Dallas.

What is inspiring you right now consistently to work on your endeavors?

I think what’s inspiring me consistently is the fact that I had a very unstable upbringing and I don’t want to live in the same conditions I did when I was growing up. We were very poor (still are haha) and we moved around a lot. So, I want to strive to be somebody. Someone that I can be proud of, as well as my family. I want to be in a position where I can help my family and the community around me, whether it’s financially or whatever else. We have to take care of our own, and if we can’t do that: then we’ve failed as a society.

As a business owner, what are some obstacles you have had to overcome to get where you are at?

I’m pretty new to the whole business side of things, but I’d say getting started and gathering the funds to try and build my brand, and market myself has been pretty challenging. I was also having to do everything myself, from creating the instrumentals, writing lyrics, mixing and the mastering. It was a lot, plus working at a job on top of all that. Luckily, about a month ago. I met John Camp. Who is now my producer/co-producer. So that pretty much cut my work in half. Which is great, because now I can primarily focus on my lyrics and the other aspects of my vision.

What do you have coming up right now that you want others to know about?

I have two songs coming out this month, be sure to check them out! Both will be available on all platforms. “DEMONZ” is set to be released on Oct 15th and “DarkNIGHT” will be available on Halloween, Oct 31st. I also have some merchandise coming out soon that #Focuseddd hooked me up with. So follow me on my instagram @volatile_shae to get updates on everything that’s coming up.

Volatile Shae’s hardships have made him want to keep pushing despite anything. His work remains unique and worthy. “If there is any advice I want others to take from my work, it’s don’t limit and doubt yourself. If you are passionate about something, go for it. You got one life, don’t let others try to bring you down to their level. Just because they’re miserable where they are at in their life, doesn't mean you have to be as well. If you have a goal, strive to reach it.”

Volatile Shae is focused on doing better each time he creates content. He mentions that his name will be worth remembering. Volatile Shae mentions within the interview that certain individuals in life have inspired them to be great and to push harder. “Musically, Eminem was my biggest influence, because a lot of the shit he went through, I did as well. And through Eminem, I became influenced by Dr. Dre, Snoop, Pac, Biggie, and a lot of others. That style of music connected with me, not only musically, but lyrically. I loved how they rhymed, the way they delivered their vocals, what words they used and how they used them. It just clicked with me in a big way.”

Press release published by Public Relations Agency, #Focuseddd.

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