Born Shubham Nayyar, Shubz entered the music scene in 2022 as a rebranded artist releasing scenic music videos accompanied by a unique, one-of-a-kind sound. Shubz was born and raised in Ottawa Canada, a city unlike Toronto, which has many industry-level artists. Growing up, Shubz was introduced to music by listening to rap legends such as Akon, 50 Cent, Nas, and several other mainstream rap artists at the time. “I’ve always envisioned my sound to be a modern version of Akon just like Pop Smoke was to 50 Cent. I started writing music during high school and finally decided to record my first record after graduating in 2016.” Shubz originally released music under another artist’s name but after taking a three-year break, he re-branded to the artist we know today. He is an emerging artist who makes music that embodies his hopes and dreams. For the talented musician, music is an art form that is reflective of his experiences, and by using his gift he can fully express himself and deliver a musical experience that is both unique but also engaging, and relatable. With his most recent single, Don’t Let Me Go exploding all over social media, Shubz returns with his new release Deep Ends which was primarily shot in Spain. The music video showcases monuments such as the Plaza D’espagne which was a set location for the iconic TV series Game of Thrones. He has been featured on large Hip-Hop media sites such as HipHopCanada and SOCAN being recognized as their artist of the week in their magazine. Shubz has entered the music scene with a powerful footprint and continues to release records with an industry-level sound. He is here to change the game.