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Boston Fame was born and raised in the heart of Roxbury MA., a rough neighborhood where guns and drugs were heavy influences around him. His environment and early exposure to the street life led him to numerous encounters with the law. Isaiah Boston Fame Brown was a constituate of the system by the age of 14, in and out of jail for several years. By 16 Fame began to focus on music and exposed his lyrical talent to the greater Boston area, dropping his first mixtape Live from the Block vol. l hosted by Peter Parker. However, Fame found himself in trouble with the system again this time more serious than others, but despite serving an 18 month sentence for a gun charge he was able to push past the obstacles that claim the lives of many African American males and follow his dream. At the completion of his second solo project, hosted by DJ Chubby Chub "Famous the People's choice vol. l " he immediately returned to the studio to work on a compilation mixtape with his label mates from Powerhouse Movement Now or Never vol. l. Several music videos and successful radio singles later he is finishing up his third solo and much more mature project "Famous the Peoples Choice" VOL. II. Showing a mass of creativity and diversity with club bangers like "Drinks on me," street anthems like "F.A.M.E.," sensual songs like "Change your Draws," and both positive and political tracks like "Eyes on the Prize." Fame is definitely the "people's choice", not just in boston. Everyone can relate to his music, as he raps about struggle, success and love, often with the included references to his daughter. Isaiah Boston Fame Brown is the artist on the rise that you want to keep an eye on, he tells you himself on tracks such as "All eyes on Me." This is Real Hip Hop, Real Music, Real F.A.M.E.
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