"AGRACE" is a multi talented Hip Hop artist who unexpectedly got his national debut on Jerry Springer when he was 18. Since then he has produced 6 complete albums and multiple singles. As he got older you can literally hear him mature and sharpen his skills as an artist. Many of his songs he has drawn from the challenges he has encountered during these years, including, one of his best friends dying from drugs to his father becoming extremely sick and having to put his career on pause to help out. On the positive, he has also had features with artists like Joyner Lucas and is now produced by Nox Beatz (also produced Joyner Lucas and Token). This talented kid has never stopped pushing to make his dream come true and at the same time has never compromised his beliefs and how he flows. Now with long time friend Jason Durand (BostonBoy Apparel CEO) and the whole BostonBoy family we do not know how he won’t be very sought after in this industry!
"Bounce" By AGrace is playing exclusively on RTU Worldwide Radio
Here is a look at his merchandise line w/ Boston Boy Clothing. We sat down with his manager to discuss the line and his goals.
Tell us about Boston Boy Clothing? The official line of AGrace
Being one of the hard working Boston Boys, everyone knows you have to go where the money is! Well in the quest for this Boston Boys financial stability Owner and CEO Jason Durand was forced to move out of the greatest city in the world. While in territories unknown (The west coast) he started to realize the morals, attitude and style of home were not recognized in his current city. Missing that camaraderie of his Boston friends and family he began searching for other transplants in the area social life and found it hard to identify other people from Boston unless they were wearing a Sox cap or Patriots jersey, even then it was a gamble (Posers!)! With that in mind he started to think of a way he could be identified himself as Boston native without ever having to open his mouth, because that accent would surely give it away. With the help of his best friend, Robert Rosenberg, he came up with the "Boston Boy" idea.
It was just a simple shirt, but when the other natives saw it, they grew restless.
"Where'd'ya get that shirt, kid?"
They'd say it all the time.
Everyone wanted one! Who could believe it?
Jason says to Rob, "Maybe we should start selling these things?"
So, here we are today... a website and everything.
What a pissuh!
https://bostonboyclothing.com/ <-------- Hit the link, check out the line it's WICKED FRESH !!!