MySpace Records to introduce first Hip Hop signing Bossman Via New Documentary, No Struggle, No Success First Single Break Me Off has already earned over 2 million plays on his MySpace page Two New Mix Tapes Available Now As A Free Download on Bossman’s MySpace Page

MySpace Records to introduce first Hip Hop signing Bossman Via New Documentary, “No Struggle, No Success” First Single “Break Me Off has already earned over 2 million plays on his MySpace page Two New Mix Tapes Available Now As A Free Download on Bossman’s MySpace Page

Bossman , the Baltimore MD native who is the first Hip Hop artist signed to MySpace Records will be introduced to the world by telling his own dramatic life story via a 30 day online campaign titled ”No Struggle, No Success,” which is a collection of several one to two minute commercials in which Bossman will examine different events in his life, often tragic which has shaped who he is today as an artist and a man. Bossman will offer two free downloadable mixtapes, The Street Kings and A.T.M. produced by One Up Productions, all featuring Bossman’s music as part of his introduction.

In No Struggle, No Success, Bossman will explain how he grew up as the son of a street kingpin and a drug addict father and a single parent mother who hustled to survive as she battled domestic and drug abuse. He will chronicle the time his mother tried to shoot and kill his father and when he was 13, how both of his parents were incarcerated on a robbery charge. He will reveal how the governor later pardoned his mother, who then reverted to hustling — with her son. The series being shot in Charm City now is both compelling and heart wrenching.

Bossman will examine how he was able to take what he learned from the streets and turned it into a thriving local hip hop label whose sales number and shear urban legend compelled first Jermaine Dupri and now Marquis Collins of MySpace Records to sign him.

The first of the new free downloadable mix tapes is The Street Kings which Bossman says “Represents struggle growing up in Baltimore City, and me being the voice of the struggle, and takin a stand for the struggle. It’s inspired by my own altercations with law enforcement and personal experience with police brutality .”

A.T.M is based on his success. Bossman said, “I’m on my second record deal. I’m in the mind state of gettin money and gives the fans a taste of my true versatility. In my moniker Bossman, B.O.S.S stands for Based On Struggle and Success and that explains my entire story.”

His first single, “Break Me Off” released via his www.myspace.com/bossman page has been played over 2 million times by fans and the release of the video clip shot last month will be release simultaneous to the 30 Days of Pain documentary block.

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