The way to make profit in the game, according to Boldy James, is to keep your overhead costs low and to stretch the product and your labor as much as possible for maximum returns. Try not to stink up the house, though, ’cause Grandma can smell that and might call the cops on ya funky ass.
On Monday December 8, 2014 Detroit’s newcomer Dej Loaf, best known for her smash hit “Try Me” hit the stage at SOB’s in nYC with Boldy James, Kiyanne, and Spank Jus Bizness. iHipHop was on hand to document the event. Click through this slideshow to see photos of the night’s event. All photos by Lauren Gesswein.
Boldy James offers this preview of his song on Nas's Mass Appeal compilation tape. He's doing numbers so that's "crunchin," which continues the theme of creating new slang that he started on his M.1.C.S mixtape. He follows in a long list of guys who would be pretty okay without any rap money. He lets you know why too. Track after the jump.