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The T-Quest Show: Tony Parker Jr.

The T-Quest Show

What’s good everyone, it’s your favorite blogger  T-Quest back with you all again to give you an inside scoop of some new talent that came my way. Let me introduce you all to Tony Parker Jr!

Tony Parker Jr. 

Djuan Corneilous Towner A.KA. Tony Parker Jr. was born on November 15, 1975 to Robbie Towner in St. Louis, MO where their family would relocate to Chicago, IL 3yrs later. With Chicago becoming his hometown he would later discover rap at the age of 8. He started his first rap group called “The Shock Masters” which consisted of himself, his older brother Cedric Towner, and two childhood friends
from the neighborhood.

At the age of 12, Tony would be faced with unfortunate family diversity. He as well as his brother and 3 younger siblings were placed into
foster care. With these adjustments he took full advantage of furthering his musical sense by joining the church choir and learning to play the drums. From there school band at Paul Robinson High School where he attended.

At the age of 15, his adoptive mother took him to his first music seminar. This would be when he really fell in love with music. As Djuan Towner aged he kept at it and produced and wrote many songs still now unheard. He has performed at different venues throughout Kenosha, WI bringing massive crowds like June Tenth, Chasers, Brat Stop, The All White Party and Carthage College under his first stage name “Westside”.

He would later change his name to “Tony Parker Jr.” because he felt he needed something catchier. Tony Parker Jr considers himself as an Artist. He writes music geared towards an open age of listeners young and old. His style is laid back, upbeat and consistent with today’s era. Tony Parker Jr. would like to give a word of advice. “If you have a dream, never give up, real dreams do come true. You just have to keep pushing and keep your faith, and eventually it’ll become your reality.” TP

Check out his new hit “I Win” streaming on all major platforms.

Follow him on Instagram @ParkerJrTony & Facebook: Tony Parker Jr.

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Check out his Radio Interview on The T-Quest Show Below

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2Fli Spotlight Lady Boss

There’s a clear distinction between hearing someone and actually listening to them. Make no mistake; LADY BOSS is definitely someone that people need to listen to. Hailing from North Philly, the lyrical dynamo pulls no punches on the mic and is as deep as her name suggests. The meaning behind the name is simple – “I am a lady who just happens to be a boss”.

Born in Philadelphia PA, LADY BOSS has lived in the war torn North Philly area all of her life. “Struggle has always been part of my reality says LADY BOSS, but it is the struggle that has made me who & what I am today”. At the tender age of 10 she completed her first song “Knowledge Is Power” & would perform it all day long on the Karaoke machine that she had received for Christmas that year.


Fast forward to age 13; LADY BOSS took on menial jobs in fast food joints to make a little money to pay for studio time while at the same time, attending school. LADY BOSS spent most of her teen years preparing to be the best female rapper that she could possibly be. She would rap and dance at local events as well as entertain her peers in school. Influenced by some of the greats like Queen Latifah, Da Brat & many others, it was LL Cool J‘s “I need love” that made her want to write real life stories which consequently shaped her sound. “I’ve loved music since I was a baby but when hip-hop caught my attention, I couldn’t get enough,” she says. “I just listened to different styles—from artists having fun with it to those that spoke their minds and painted real life stories of their reality.

As her skill developed, LADY BOSS realized that rappin’ around the way was fine but her talents needed to be heard by the masses and began hittin’ bigger studios with better sound. In January 2004 she recorded & distributed her first mix tape entitled “Real Boss Talk”. She sold well over 2000 copies that year at $5.00 per copy, solely by word of mouth & hand to hand sales. Since then the femme fatale rapper’s buzz continues to grow as she uses the internet & live performances to solidify her name in today’s entertainment industry. “I feel like, if music is your passion, your life, you have to grind hard no matter if you’re male or female,” she says. “My approach is 100 percent, whole-heartedly, either I do it with everything that I got or I don’t do it all.”

You can Follow Lady Boss

Facebook: LadyBoss Boss

Instagram: 215ladyb
Twitter: @paladyboss
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