She had been working as a songwriter for some time, but she always knew she had to be on stage herself. After taking the leap she started worked fiercely on her own songs and performance. She hooked up with some great dancers and has since performed on live television, half time shows, Radio Days and SMUKFEST.
A lot of her songs revolves around female empowerment, something that means a lot to her. Her mix of urban pop, voluminous vocals and Persian sensuality comes together perfectly on her tracks, which are more dancing tunes and anthems, than pity parties.
"I want to be real" SHOKO says "I am always seeking to be transparent through my music. I want to make the ones who listen feel good. Urge them to be more content and confident in themselves. Owning up to that no matter who you are, you are as good and great as the rest on social media. Staying true to form, like Queen B. That's the whole essence of my songs, and the thoughts behind them."
DR3 dug into her roots in the short documentary called ‘Jeg er dansk!” (I am Danish) focusing on national identity.