The Boston hip-hop boundary breakers’ Rock Boyega taps top talent, transports region and entire genre through an epic perpetual pandemic experience
“An upbeat single about societal decay and disenchantment”
“If somebody comes to town, or if somebody needs a drummer at the last minute, I became their drummer in a pinch.”
“I’m sure many regions have talented musicians, but this area seems special.”
“That’s the kind of gift that I want to give people.”
“When I go to a real show at a venue, I kind of feel out of place having to stand in a certain spot."
"It took years to record and to finally finish it up, but it was well worth the wait."
“When I got the email, I was like, ‘Is someone trolling me?’” Ronnica says. “I replied, and it turned out to be real.”
“Our overall vision for the ‘Morning Coffee’ video was to combine spheres of creativity and good fun. Nothing real dramatic; we were shooting to make something humorous and light as well as visually stimulating."
While things were already popping for Bia before 2020 arrived; over the past few weeks she has landed her biggest smash hit yet in the Rihanna-approved “Best on Earth” with New Jersey hair rapper Russ.