By: Mary Jhay
Rising artist, Boss Juice sat down with Mary Jhay on The Chocolate Baddie Show to discuss new music and his relationship with Boss Josh. Growing up on the South-Eastside of Chicago, Boss Juice has experienced a plethora of grief from loved ones due to gun violence. Boss Josh was his second cousin, he lost his life the summer of 2015.
The “Boss” movement stemmed from inspiration from Josh’s life. At age 20 he had already began his entrepreneurial career with the tow trucking business. Boss Juice speaks on the night Josh was shot in his first single “Boss Up Get Paid.” He describes Josh as hard-working and motivational.
“Josh was a real a** n*gga….he was 110%. I watched him be at his lowest and then pick back up and be at his highest point in life…to see that a young age, I was only 15/16 years old….but to watch him be such an inspiration to motivate, to lead, to get money, to help, and really be there for people….That’s why I say…..I am Boss Josh!”
Boss Juice began his music career shortly after Josh’s death. His first single “Boss Up Get Paid” was such an inspiration to his peers and loved ones. Juice is now working to perfect his craft and staying consistent with releasing new music. He’s currently standing at 4 videos on YouTube now.
He recently dropped a new visual to his single “Money Conversations.” The song premiered live on The Chocolate Baddie Show: Mary’s Musik with Mary Jhay on illanoize Radio.
Check out the full video below!
Boss Juice is determined to continue to the legacy of Boss Josh’s life by staying genuine, moving smart, and making money.
Check out the full interview below!