Southside Bosses Radio

SBC PRESENTS B.O.S.S. RADIO

B.O.S.S. Radio

Click to Listen To Southside B.O.S.S. Radio

Join Our Mailing list for all the up to date Underground Music News

Join Our Mailing List

Join Our Mailing List

Sunday, January 19, 2020

Kiarah On B.O.S.S. Radio

Kiarah join us on the phone 

and you need to hear what she has to say

Image may contain: 1 person

Born in Norfolk, Va., raised in the M-I- Crooked Letter- Crooked Letter in the South, up and coming singer Kiarah joined Mr. E on the phone for a very detailed conversation. Kiarah talks about her high school basketball days, Her beginnings of her musical talent and adaptation, her transition from gospel to secular, her views on faith, her new unreleased video "Before 12", and her experiences that reflects in her music, and more.

So tune in turn up and zone out, as we chop it up here on Underground interviews through Passionate Love Hour. This Sunday at 7 p.m.

https://www.reverbnation.com/kiarahofficial
https://www.facebook.com/kiara.howell.127
https://www.instagram.com/kiarahowell/?hl=en








Saturday, January 11, 2020

Will Dancehall ever except Homosexuality?

Trippple X "Expelled" from Dancehall

Image result for Mc Nuffy imagesImage result for Trippple X images


Ever since the openly gay Dancehall artist emerged onto the scene controversy has been equivalent to the "shit hitting the fan." 34 yr old Reggae artist Demaro released his newest single "Mi Ready" on January 1 with video included. It was supposed to be his "coming out" single to talk about the lifestyle he lived on the DL for years. He moved to the US when he was 22 years old to get away from the homophobic behaviour that Jamaica is known very well for. Being a spiritual country, they pride themselves on living life the way the Creator Jah, who they believe in, intended. And Jah, to them, did not intend on having man lie with another man. It says so in the first five books of the Bible, the Torah, which is considered very holy to them.

So does this include music as well?

Trippple X says no. In fact, he stated on an episode of Star Chat that there will be Gay Dancehall by 2024“Mark me words, STAR, me say it right yah so, by 2024 there is going to be a mainstream homosexual artiste inna Jamaica. I don’t know if it’s going to be male or female, but there is going to be a mainstream artiste weh buss weh a sing bout homo-erotic things,” he said, adding:
“And when me say mainstream, me nuh mean hurry-come-up; me mean somebody weh accepted inna diss country, because right now music nuh have nuh morals.“Freddie McGregor talks about the music, but a nuh the music a di problem, it’s the acceptance by society. Society accept every likkle foolishness weh come.”
But according to the "Principal of DanceHall," Mc Nuffy, It most certainly includes Dancehall. "Trippple X is a wannabe dancehall supporter. No man in dancehall would come and make such a prediction. I'm not the person who is going to come and bash any group of people but dancehall is a 'straight' place. We don't have no gay dancehall," he said. "Dancehall loose and slack long time but we nah let in any and anything so weh him talk, a f**kery. Not because dancehall take Candy and it take Mackerel nuh mean we a take anything. We a di principal a dancehall and we a run him out fi da talk deh." 

Right now Jamaica is not even having open discussions about homosexuality, so predicting that in 4 short years (Mind you that might very well be Trumps last year as POTUS, let that sink in) there will be a whole subsection of Dancehall for gays is a strong predicament to make. But with Lil Nas X coming out and being the first Gay Country rapper/singer who happens to be gay, and Demaro being the first openly gay reggae artist, I will say Macklemore has emboldened more members of the LGBTQ community to be themselves on the stage.





Thursday, January 2, 2020

Triple Homicide in Flour Bluff may be more than it seems

Does this Triple Homicide have a Deeper Story

What does Gold, Murder, the Govt., and Iraq have in common lately besides a document outlining 18 years of lies and war?

Apparently, maybe a small south Texas city on the outskirts of the growing metropolis Corpus Christi. Known for its Meth problem and Bluff Rats, Flour Bluff, Texas may be involved in a real live 2 Guns


Tune in to B.O.S.S. Radio to hear.

Listen to "Boss Talk 1 - Bosses Radio" on Spreaker.


Thursday, December 19, 2019

Wakanda: United States newest trade partner

Will the US raise tariffs on Wakanda?

Black Panther - Wakanda alternate theme (arrival in ...
The United States briefly entered into a trade partnership with Wakanda, yes you heard that right. The United States has started trading with the mythical Nation out of Marvel Universes Comics. Which in hindsight is as comical as the rest of the things this government has been up to.

Between getting ready to cut food stamps and getting ready to cut Trump, the USDA listed the comic book nation on their website as a free trade partner. A spokesperson for the USDA claims it was an accident that happened during a staff test.

"The department's online tariff tracker hosted a detailed list of goods the two nations apparently traded, including ducks, donkeys and dairy cows."

"The unusual listing was spotted by Francis Tseng, a New York-based software engineer who was looking up agricultural tariffs for a fellowship he was applying for. He told Reuters news agency that, when he first saw Wakanda on the list, he got 'very confused': '[I] thought I misremembered the country from the movie and got it confused with something else,'" reported BBC


Checkout what they said we were trading with them below 


After all this mess with NAFTA and China it makes me wonder if no one would have caught this and changed it, would the US was planned to go to war with Wakanda if they didn't pay their fair share.

WAKANDA FOREVER!!!


Why Wakanda Forever Is Bigger Than ‘Black Panther’ – Variety


Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Will 6ix 9ine end up like Epstein?

The rat sentenced to his maze.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Sentenced to Probation, Escapes Prison Time
After what I believe feels like an eternity to Tekashi 6ix 9ine, he has finally been sentenced in the trial of his favorite singing. 24 months in prison. reported by TMZ, this generations most favorite snitch will, by the end of it all, have served 24 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release, 300 hours of community service, and a hefty $35K  fine.

Sitting there in prison scrubs and hair almost completely black, you would hardly recognize the "Fifi" rapper who was previously nicknamed "Skittles" by his critics. He showed almost no reaction, probably knowing there was a racket going on with bets that he would cry at sentencing.  After serving over half of his prison sentence thus far, you would think he would be happy to only have to complete 11 months in prison. But, maybe he's worried about how he will be treated in prison while awaiting his End Of Sentence. Will he be protected by the police the way snitches usually are, or will they protect him like they did Jeffrey Epstein. Because I mean, you know, Epstein didn't kill himself. 

Controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine pleaded guilty for ...

With this new generation it is very hard to tell. We all know that snitches are to be treated as if they were lepers with contagious diseases, if not left in a ditch bleeding out, according to the rules to the game. And, just because you lock up members of a gang do not mean that gang is now inactive or have an inability to get things accomplished. 

So should we be on standby to see if Tekashi comes up missing or murdered/ suicided? Tell me what you think?

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Hear what Shabba Ranks had to say about a Reggae Legend

Shabba Ranks commentary on legendary reggae artist.

 


Shabba Ranks is a legend in the reggae industry. His music has been heard by generations of people around the world. Working with such acts as ASAP Ferg, Maxi Priest, Johnny Gill, and KRS-1, he has definitely made a name for himself throughout the music industry and reggae empire.

That's why it was a very emotional event when he brought up a legendary reggae artist name at the Reeewind 10th the year anniversary...

He had the honorary pleasure of crowning legendary reggae artist U-Roy "Godfather of Reggae," a very emotional display to say the least as everybody in the crowd shed a tear and screamed out in excitement.

Check out what both legends had to say about each other and about the state of reggae here.

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

UPDATE: Juice WRLD may have popped pills prior to death.

Juice WRLD Sued For Allegedly Stealing "Lean Wit Me": Report
Juice WRLD dead at 21

Juice WRLD dies at 21 from seizure.

Juice WRLD falls dead after seizure at Chicagos Midway Airport Sunday. The county Medical examiner ruled that more tests have to be conducted to determine the Lucid Dreams rappers death.

Apparently, law enforcement was called to search the rapper's claim and found marijuana in drugs. Check out the video below.


Chicago police said Monday that city, state and federal agents searched luggage on his plane and allegedly found large quantities of marijuana and some suspected liquid cocaine. So we can just imagine from cases such as Chris Brown, and Botham Jean, that they will try to victimize the decease, if not try to blame Marijuana as the culprit of his demise. Though he does reflect on drug abuse in video "Lean With Me" in August of 2018, marijuana would not be the cause of his seizure. if anything it would have helped him to deal with it.

Fuck one dose, I need two pills, two pills
I'm lookin' for trouble so I know I'm gonna find it
Ring, ring, plug hit my phone, perfect timin'
I know I'm not right
But I'm not wrong, no, I'm not wrong
Girl, you hate it when I'm too high
But that's where I belong, where I belong

Juice WRLD Reflects on Drug Addiction in New Video for ...
Juice Wrld in LEAN WIT ME video


Jarad Anthony Higgins, known professionally as Juice Wrld, was an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. Born in Chicago, Illinois, he was known for his singles "All Girls Are the Same" and "Lucid Dreams" which helped him gain a recording contract with Lil Bibby's Grade A Productions and Interscope Records.

His streams have risen dramatically since his passing which usually happens for artists in the event of their demise. Tupac being the most notable rapper to be commemorated decades after his senseless slayings. 

"On Spotify, Juice Wrld's 2018 hit song "Lucid Dreams" held down the No. 2 on the Top 200 chart Monday with over 5.5 million streams – a more than 476% increase.
The day before the rapper's death, on Saturday, the song was No. 118 on Spotify's Top 200 chart with just under a million streams. 
On Tuesday, "Lucid Dreams" claimed the top spot on Apple's Top 100 songs chart, which tracks the most-played songs in the U.S. each day. Juice Wrld also held the No. 2, No. 5, No. 6  and No. 7 spots, beating the likes of Roddy Ricch, the Weeknd and DaBaby."
https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news/juice-wrld-lucid-dreams-dominate-the-music-charts-after-his-sudden-death/ar-AAK08gT?li=AAeKimm

One thing that can be said about Juice WRLD is that with his success at this young of an age we were robbed of future gems from this talented artist.