Nothing to something, that’s the American dream right? Well it always has been for New York born recording artist Boiselle. A normal life never seemed desirable as much as mediocrity surrounded him. While a lot of so called “rappers” are popping up left and right, it takes a real artist to tackle the industry and stand up to say something real. Boiselle is the voice of a new generation; A generation that’s learned the realities of life far too early, yet still wont stop until they get what they want. Boiselle has something to say for himself and all the other 90’s kids out there. Influenced by the best in the game Boiselle has a very dynamic style that’s all his own and one thing is for certain, Boiselle will not give up his fight for the dream and he will stay lifted no matter what!
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