Introducing new artist Big Boss Mulaa from SouthSide Jamaica, Queens.
Mulaa started his career on the opposite side of the industry managing artists. “About 4 or 5 months ago I was playing around in the studio vibing on a beat while an artist I managed was recording and the music took over my mind. It just felt right. I haven’t stopped recording since.”
He draws his inspiration from the pain and love he’s experienced in his life. “I am trying to spread a message with my music. I want to reach people like myself that are misunderstood and broken.”
Although he admits his sound fits with the music currently trending, his delivery sets him apart from other artists. “I believe my music will fill a much-needed void that depression, inner city violence and heartbreak has caused in our communities. I can teach the youth how to motivate themselves and the people around them through my music.”
Mulaa describes his sound as Southern Spice with a NYC attitude. His favorite artists include 2 PAC, JADAKISS, Juelz Santana, Lil Peep and Juice Wrld. He’s listening to Juice Wrld, NBA YoungBoy, Jadakiss, Coca Vango, G–Herbo, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Peep and XXXTentacion when he’s not working on his music.
Besides his budding music career and distribution deal with EMPIRE record label, Mulaa has various sponsorship deals in the works with clothing brands and beverages.
“My goal as an artist is to change the world with my music and make my parents proud. I want to become wealthy enough that no one I love has to struggle. I would love for my music to appear on movie soundtracks and major commercials. And what artist doesn’t dream of a number one song and a Grammy? (Laughing).”
Big Boss Mulaa is currently putting the finishing touches on his debut EP “WelcometotheDarkside (based on true events)”, set to drop 12/25/18. His new video for “In My Drip” is coming soon.