Player vibe takes center stage with smooth new album from Georgia artist Boss Man
EFFINGHAM COUNTY, GA – Boss Man is a new artist from Effingham County, Georgia whose sound is like no other you’ve heard before. He’s bringing a new look and style to the music business, and his diverse and unique taste showcases an artist that can be a laid-back player who transforms into an aggressive hip-hop rapper. That signature style takes center stage on his new EP “Players Club,” which is currently available across all streaming platforms.
Not your typical R&B groove, “Players Club” is more of a swaggy offering for the ladies that comes hard and aggressive on some songs, but is more smooth and R&B-driven in ways that are perfect for the clubs. The standout single is a track called “Pop It,” featuring fellow Southern artist Wellput Will. It’s a song that Boss Man said is perfect for getting girls on the dance floor and giving them something encouraging to feel good about themselves.
“It’s all about poppin that booty,” Boss Man said. “It’s about turning up in the club and feeling good. Will was one of the first artists I met when I came to Atlanta, and he’s been teaching me a few things about performing and making things upbeat. I took his info and rolled with it, and I told him when I made my first EP I was gonna put him on it. He did the feature in life five minutes and it was perfect. I’m really proud of this song because it helps women to feel good about themselves all while having a good time.”
Even though he’s from a small town like Effingham County, Boss Man has proven that he can compete with the biggest of the biggest. He’s opened for legends like Juvenile, and when he did so he had the building on fire! He’s been making big moves since his debut mixtape “Sleeping Giant,” and now the giant has awoken and ready to show the whole world what he’s capable of. And it’s not just music that showcases that originality. He also has a Boss Man clothing line that is making its way around the world and starting to gain traction and popularity.
“Everything I do is about uplifting others, including my clothing brand,” he said. “I don’t want to push negativity. I can get through some of the gristle when I rap about my life, but I’m not making murder music or trap music – at least not in the traditional sense. I’m making music to make you feel good about yourself. I’ve got my own flow, my own way, and my own style, and everything I do is about encouraging you to be the boss of your own style, too.”
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