Meet up-and-coming Boston Hip-Hopper Flyy Boy. There's not much I can say about him that he hasn't already said about himself, but I sure had fun trying.
He’s known around Boston for his flashy persona, and he’s the first to admit the two things in life that give him a high are music and money.
He’s the same in life as he is in music. What you see is what you get. He expresses himself visually and wears his message loud and clear.
In his lyrics, he’s raw, and he’s real, and he’s pretty good at pushing people’s buttons. He expresses himself with shocking clarity. Not for the faint of heart, his music delivers a hard truth that resonates with the wounded, while intriguing the innocent.
His views of success are right on the surface. He felt the rush at a very young age, watching his dad rise to stardom with Boston sensations, The Superiors. He knew instinctively that he was part of something big. He was keenly aware of his fate and embraced the idealism of success. He’s no stranger to bling and makes no apologies for his love of life’s finer things.
In his down time, he enjoys shopping, football, and the company of beautiful women.
His home is the studio, where he feels most connected with himself. He makes no distinction between the image he projects through his music, and the person he is every day. They are one and the same. Take him or leave him… if you can resist.