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Exclusive Interview With/Junya Boy

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WHO IS JUNYA BOY? When certain components are combined a variety of things will happen, scientific facts proves the stronger the ingredients the bigger the impact of devastation will occur. As for instance when Dallas, Texas newest Urban Entertainer Junya Boy, pronounced (Ju-Your-Boy), arrived on the Local Music market scene less than a year ago, a super incredible explosion of artistic energy begin to generate throughout the south. This incredible sensation of talent is slowly but steadily seeping far beyond its prohibited underground predicated arenas. Newcomer Junya Boy, is one of the top bidding contenders for an excellent exhibit with his versatile assemble of extraordinary features in Hip Hop while specializing in quality music composition, delivering savvy lyrics and producing catchy hooks.
HERE IS HOW THE WAVE BEGUN Born in Dallas, Texas at the same community hospital in which President John F. Kennedy died, Simon Ellis came in to this world on April 4, 1994 on a struggle and prayer. The three pound premature infant is the oldest son of four boys to a single mother.
Junya Boy always felt the weight of the family was on his shoulders. Raised in the poorest part of town, and suffering from constant heartbreak, failure was never an option for Junya Boy. At the tender developing age of four he witnessed his younger brother’s father shot dead by his own uncle.
As a teen father of two children by the age of 16, then going to prison for drugs and robbery by age 17, Junya found that during his seven years of incarceration in an adult facility, he knew he had to get back to his family and make a difference in a more positive way. That was when he allowed the one thing that could always set him free from his day-to-day pain to come in and take over instead of leading a life doomed of poverty and crime, Junya discovered that music and poetry was an outlet and that one thing that he had a great deal of passion for since grade school.