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About Shei Atkins
Biography “I got shot one time/in my back with a nine/bullet came right out/man I promise I ain’t lyin’/I got the scar to prove it/fought the war to do this/got to let the world know that God brought me through this…”

— ‘I got shot’ The Lita Mae Show

That simple refrain from the third cut of Shei Atkins’ sophomore effort, 2006’s ‘The Lita Mae Show,’ tells you everything you need to know about the Grammy nominated R&B songstress whose, soulful style and straightforward, honest lyrics have made her a favorite among gospel and secular music fans alike.

Born and raised in Houston’s notorious Acres Homes area, once considered to be the largest unincorporated African American community in the South, and a haven for drugs and crime during the ’80s and ’90s— Atkins, 25, was subjected to many hardships early in life.

It was, however, being robbed of her innocence by a bullet at the tender age of 13— as she describes in the lyrics of ‘I got shot’— that became the catalyst for her transformation from a talented but undisciplined neophyte into the vocal tour-de-force Atkins represents today.

“I was a disobedient kid in the wrong place at the wrong time,” she says, summing up the seminal event, which would never have taken place if she had followed her Mother’s admonitions not to go to a party she wanted to attend.

“It changed my life because it {surviving the attack} let me know that God has a purpose for me.” That purpose according to Shei is her music: A medium she uses not only to spread His word but to share the stories of her own triumphs, failures and suffering; connecting with her fans on a much more personal level than much of the formulaic ‘MTV-Ready’ fare currently dominating the racks.

The Future

With two award-winning albums in the bag, Atkins isn’t taking time off to enjoy her success. Between touring and performing all over the country with the likes of Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, Tonex, J.Moss, Avant and her idol Mary J. Blige, Atkins has found time to get back to the studio and is already hard at work on her next album, tentatively title “Girl Talk,” scheduled to be released in 2007.

Covering topics as diverse as depression and rape, Shei describes the project as an “empowerment record.”

We as women go through so much, I wanted to talk about It," says Shei, who feels her trials and tribulations as a youth and young marriage give her credibility when talking about relationships and other hardships women face. “Marriage, love life, relationships… things that you deal with everyday. This album is more for the ladies.”

Why this name?
The name was first coined by Mrs. Ann Tillman and then later resurrected by Crazy C.
Do you play live?
Yes. Whenever, I am asked. Yes. Holy Hip Hop Atlanta 2007
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It makes it easier to get the music you want, whereever you want.

But I don't condone stealing it off p2p sites. It hurts us artists.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
If the deal is tight and right!
Band History:
Under the tutelage of late Destiny’s Child co-founder Ann Tillman, Shei honed her singing and performance skills, recording two well received demos and receiving her first big break when she was offered a chance to sing on Houston rapper, and underground legend, Lil O’s debut album with MCA in 1997.

Following the death of Tillman from Lupus, Atkins found herself taking a sabbatical from music to reevaluate her paths in both life and music. After a short period of time in which she reconciled her love for the hard-hitting beats and themes of popular R&B and rap music of the day with her intrinsic talent for gospel, Shei was reunited with platinum hit maker Simon “Crazy C” Cullins Jr.

Cullins, who produced the Lil’ O track Atkins sang backup on, was reintroduced to Shei by her husband producer Drathoven— whom she met at the age of 16 at the Spirit of Life Church, which they both still attend today, and married at 19, had just founded a record label especially suited for her style called Soulmuzick with his friend Madd Hatta of KBXX radio. After cutting a few demos with Soulmuzick, Atkins’ was signed by the label immediately once its proprietors saw the way she connected with the audience during her live performances. Life in Stereo

Shei’s first release on Soulmuzick “Life in Stereo” dropped in 2004 to positive reviews and earned her best new artist honors at the 2005 Urban Gospel Awards, as well as nods for disc of the year and female artist of the year at The Texas Holy Hip Hop Achievement Awards. In 2006 Atkins’ followed up on her initial success with the release of “The Lita Mae Show.”

Highlighted by guest appearances from top industry talent like platinum rapper Paul Wall, and the writing talents of “Tabu”— who co-wrote Whitney Houston’s last album, the CD has received critical acclaim from program directors and DJ’s, many praising Atkins’ ability to weave important messages with entertaining and ultimately head-nodding beats.
Your influences?
Mary J. Blige, Karen Clark Sheard
Favorite spot?
Anything else...?
The Tracks are done by Hot Production Team The BeatCo. out of Houston. The producers of Paul Wall, Chamillionaire and others. The team is headed up by platinum producer Crazy C. who has worked with OutKast, Goodie Mob, Naughty by Nature, Scarface, Jodeci, Eightball & MJG and others.

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