Segrin Pillips & Lelan Shmidt
September 22, 2014
It only happens once in a life time when a person must strive against all odds only to emerge victorious throughout life’s eminent struggles.
Rapper Bomshot (Robert Willey) came from a tough city, background in Roxbury section of Boston, Massachusetts. This is the type of neighborhood where you do what you have to do to survive and grind out of tough, street life situations. Yet this is just the type of environment that can mold the right person, who is ready to lear and can to turn the negative into a positive. A prodigy with a vision, the desire to make major musical achievements and will not be stopped until he tastes the sweet taste of success. Bomshot is “the next big thing”!
Let us start with the “Devilz Rejects”, a duo with Bomshot and Jus Allah of Jedi Mind Tricks. This album “Necronomicon” features GZA (Wu-Tang), a highly successful album that sold over 60k units with virtually no promotion and gained Bomshot great notoriety, fan base and recognition along with major controversy.
The next illustrious project that Bomshot would come to release was “Warghosts”, a duo with Wu-Tangs “Holocaust” who was featured on RZA’s first solo platinum album, “Bobby Digital In Stereo”. Which became another great independent success.
After being released from prison, Bomshot would then decide to change his musical venture from a hobby-est and extreme lyricist an upgrade towards a more relevant style of music. In attempts to “go for the gold” entering more into the business aspects of the game and reinventing himself as “Mr Montega Man”. Montega reflects the drug dealer influence Bomshot witnesses in the streets where he was raised. A “trapper” on the chase for the almighty dollar. Fast cars, sexy strippers and lots of cash, which also portrays the recent change in the direction of the ever evolving state of hip hop.
This is when Bomshot really begins to step up his game and take his musical talents to new heights. With his efforts to engage with the big time bosses of the trade and at the same time showing and proving “true versatility”. Which other rapper do you know, who has done both genres of rap, yet makes it sound so authentic?
Lets take you to Miami, Florida, where Bomshot meets Dj Khaled to produce the college radio #3 hit single, “RockStar Life” featuring Bad Boy artist & Khloe Kardashian’s fiance, FRENCH MONTANA & Dipset affiliate 40 Cal.
#3 ONRapnetwork Record Breakers Top 40- 11/1/10 —– AND Charts #4 ON RapAttackLives.com Issue# 449-November 1, 2010.
This song climbed the charts to #3 in 2010 receiving nation wide airplay on college and night time, Clear Channel radio. Eventually gaining notoriety of Hot 97’s celebrity Dj Funk Master Flex who spun the club banging hit repeatedly on New York air waves. 40CAL. FT. FRENCH MONTANA, DJ KHALED & BOMSHOT – ROCKSTAR | In Flex We Trust
After making an enormous impression on the commercial hip hop and mix tape circuit Bomshot returns with the latest in profound strip club anthems. TRICKIN’ which features none other than VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop” Lil Scrappy and Houston’s founder of the “chopped & screwed, sizzurp” scene, Lil Flip. These 2 multiplatinum recording artists team up with Bomshot (aka. Mr Montega Man) to produce every booty twerkers dream of a sensational strip club banging hit. Trickin’ is the hit single off the newly released, Mr Montega Man album, which features the top selling rappers Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Ludacris, Lil Jon, T-Pain and more!!!!!!!
Here at HIP, we love to push the envelope, and there’s no question Bomshot and his new “Trickin'” are exactly what we’re talking about! For more information on Bomshot please contact Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo crew at (732)-613-1779 or email us at [email protected] for more info. You can also visit www.Twitter.com/Bomshot/.