One of Ireland's nascent generation of R&B/Hip-Hop acts led by African-Irish musicians (singer Senita), Shookrah's musical contemporaries include the likes of Rusangano Family, Hare Squead and Loah. Proud products of their hyperactive local music scene, the soul sextet first took the stage at the Cork Jazz Festival, before bringing their live show to Electric Picnic, Body & Soul, Knockanstockan, Other Voices and the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival.
The October 2014 release of the Implicit Content EP followed the release of the debut single WOMAN, which garnered airplay on RTE 2FM and BBC Radio Ulster and saw its music video feature on Hot Press and Nialler9. Headline, support and festival appearances along with live videos have occupied the band in the meantime, while members have shamelessly sought further fame featuring with Le Galaxie and Daithí, touring with Husker Du's Grant Hart, and as the leading couple in Hozier's Take Me To Church video.
The second EP 'Clichés' was released in May 2017, with the singles 'Gerascophobia' and 'Our Own Way' getting attention on Irish radio and renowned music blogs.