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House Call with Karine Sho-Time Thornton

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House Call with Karine Sho-Time Thornton

Karine Sho-Time Thornton was born in the Bronx, the home of Hip Hop music where tradition and culture was born. Sho-Time always had a passion for art, he went to the high school of Art & Design studying architecture and Animation.

He discovered he had a passion for creating music. Most of his early recordings were produced by Tron on the Beat. In the process of establishing himself and his brand, Sho-Time added media and film to his resume, uploading video’s with today’s up and coming and mainstream artists.

This was the birth of Sho-Timetv, which was established as a media outlet in 2010. Sho-Time has worked with companies such as Def Jam, Sony, Universal recording and many more, Sho-Time interviewed the cast of the hit show on the OWN Network, The Have and Have Nots and Love Thy Neighbor by Tyler Perry. Sho-

Time has been featured on many radio stations across the country. Sho-Time has worked with sites such as Urltv, Vladtv, WorldStarHipHop, WhatsHotinHipHop and many more. Sho-Time has hosted and judged countless showcases and concerts across the board.

Sho-Time also founded and created Sho-time Battle Rap League on June 1, 2015, creating a epic roster of battle rap EMCEE’s from around the world to compete in one of many of the respected Battle Rap Leagues to ever grace versetracker.com. Sho-time has played the lead role in PPRESSED a Battle Rap Film by Vera Edwards and Street Line in 2016. Sho-time has also appeared in Rodent the Urban Soap Opera, Perate, Chicken Waiting 4 Mr wright and A Teenage Story. Sho-Time has played major roles in Street Line films and also a casting director, during the casting process for most of the films including PPRESSED 2 currently in the works. Sho-Time has no plans of slowing down, and has content current on shotimetv.com, and is very much active on all social media platforms.

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