Biz With D: Interview w/ Sammie + Renee Graziano + Mishon

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Sammie Lee Bush, Jr. was born on March 1, 1987 in Boynton Beach, Fla. The platinum-selling artist, better known as “Sammie,” was destined to be a star due to his mother’s background as a professional singer. As a child, he had a special oar that made him the center of everyone’s attention. At four, he received a standing ovation in church for his mind-blowing performance of “Troubles Don’t Last Always.” It was the performance that deemed his success.

Renee Graziano is the daughter of Anthony Graziano, who according to the Federal Government was a high ranking member of La Cosa Nostra. Renee grew up during the heyday of the mob -- when things still fell off trucks and people still dropped off envelopes even when it wasn't your birthday. Immersed in the culture since birth, she embraced the lifestyle as her own and became a "mob loyalist". Renee eventually married (then divorced) Junior. Together they have one son, AJ. 

 

Incredible singer, songwriter, dancer, actor and Columbia Recording artist Mishon (My-Shawn) is carving his way though the new wave of R&B music and beyond. The impressive Southern California native’s smooth vocals and impeccable perfect pitch caught the attention of fans globally. With more than 13 million YouTube views, the 19-year-old “Excuse Me Mama” singer has organized an army of solidified supporters enhancing his every industry move.  While under Interscope, his second single “Just a Kiss” climbed to the No. 2 slot on BET’s 106 and Park, which led to co-hosting the popular television program as well as making his national musical debut on BET’s Black College Tour.  

 

 

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