Amisho "Sho" Baraka is a self-described polymath.
ˈpälēˌmaTH (a person of wide-ranging knowledge or learning:
Sho Baraka has spent the last 17 years traveling the world as a recording artist, consultant, speaker and writer. Sho has four solo albums, three feature film appearances and one book, He Saw That It Was Good.
Whether he is operating as a Creative Implementer (One who does things...but does them, creatively) or as a solutionary (this word is made up), Sho is wisely discerning the times while attempting to bring restoration and redemption.
Sho is a co-founder of The And Campaign and founding member of the internationally known hip-hop consortium 116 Clique and record label, Reach Records. Sho served as a visiting professor at Wake Forest University & Warner Pacific University
Sho lives in Atlanta, GA with Patreece, his wife of 20 years, and their three children, Zoë, Zaccai and Zimri. Sho & Patreece have two boys on the autism spectrum and find themselves as ambassadors and advocates in the Autism community.