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After finishing high school, Shane Eagle was impassioned to apply for the inaugural season of the Vuzu rapping reality competition, The Hustle, which was scouting artists after making them upload a video while rapping to social media platforms: Instagram or Facebook, in terms of casting them. Eagle applied and was later chosen to compete at the competition. He later finished fourth place after a double elimination of the top-four. Immediately after leaving the competition, Eagle gained his public image and his fan base. On 8 October 2015, he then released his debut single "Way Up" featuring his then-fellow contender and the winner of The Hustle BigStar Johnson under rapper JR's record label, Feel Good Music. The song received favourable airplays on South African radio stations, which include YFM, 5FM and Highveld 947.
In March 2016, Vuzu's entertainment news parody, V Entertainment revealed that Eagle was joining as one of the presenters of the show, including Moozlie, DJ Speedsta and Dash Mkhathini, who all joined long-term presenter of the show Lalla Hirayama. In the first quarter of 2017, the show announced that its taking a break leading Eagle to evacuate from the show before it got revamped. Upon 2016, Eagle released non-album singles, including, "I'm Back", "Cutting Corners" and "Top Floor", which were all released through his independent record label, Eagle Entertainment, established after his departure at Feel Good Music. On 18 June 2016, Eagle was one of the opening acts on the Castle Lite Unlocks concert, headlined by rapper J Cole.
Eagle's debut album Yellow, was released on 31 August 2017. Yellow was initially supported by double lead singles: " Let It Flow" and "Need Me" featuring singer KLY, both released on the day of the album. In November 2017, the album reached over one-million streams on the music and video service Apple Music. One of the singles, "Let It Flow", was certified gold status according to the Recording Industry of South Africa in September 2019. The album won for Best Hip Hop Album at the 24th South African Music Awards. Yellow was also nominated for Album of the Year, "Let It Flow" was nominated for Best Music Video, and Eagle was nominated for Newcomer of the Year. On 26 August 2018, Eagle launched his first tour, The Yellow Tour, in supporting his album Yellow. The shows were performed on four cities, kicked off in Cape Town on 31 August 2018.
Never Grow Up, Eagle's first EP after Yellow, was released on 28 December 2018. The EP was certified gold by the Recording Industry of South Africa. It was certified the same time with Yellow lead single "Let It Flow" – also reaching the same status.
In 2021, he released the single "Ammo" featuring YoungstaCPT On August 13, 2021, he released a single "Skydream" featuring Redveil.