Danny is a talented hip hop artist who goes by the name of Eleven DMU. Before taking the music entertainer route, Danny Urrea Jr. was already a household name within the Los Angeles county football scene. Danny was one of the area’s best receivers out of Covina High School and a well sought out player by many football colleges.
Boss Mann magazine had to do a Jermaine Carter follow-up story. An artist known as J Young MDK, we thoroughly enjoyed his story; we had to go a second round, this time for our coveted magazine cover.
Shiggy was born in Queens, New York, on March 30, 1993. Late 2019, we recall seeing that Shiggy would be in Los Angeles working on a few projects; this became the perfect opportunity for Boss Mann magazine to reach out and document Shiggy’s story. Boss Mann magazine is about storytelling, and Shiggy has one heck of aContinue reading “THe Shiggy Show”
GRAMMY-nominated R&B soul singer, songwriter, and pianist Marsha Ambrosius graces November 2019 cover of Boss Mann Magazine’s Boss Women issue.
Cheryl Cobb is author of the groundbreaking book “Dirty Lil Secrets: Nobody Wants to Tell You About the Entertainment Industry,” Cheryl has been a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment business for decades molding the careers of countless artists and entertainers.
When your music manifests power and enthusiasm, you are bound to have success. Boss Mann magazine brings you an extraordinary musical talent straight out of Gainesville, Florida. We present Blaze Bars, a consistent talent with a rap-influenced presentation that has an impactful sound. As Blaze has stated in many interviews, he came from a musical familyContinue reading “Blaze bars”