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Beta Bossalini

Beta Bossalini can be heard seasoning audiences from speakers in every major market from California's Bay Area to Atlanta. Molded in the streets of South East San Diego; a world submerged in gangs, prostitution, and drugs, Beta has forged a colorful persona soaked in unique music ability, and street creditability. Mentored young by veterans such as Suga Free and Mac Dre—Beta's ability as a recording artist was recognized young and his growth is throughly demonstrated on his on going series of mixtapes 'The Diary of a Boss.'

It all started in 2002 when Beta along with Macnificent spawned an army off relentless foot soldiers, hitting the streets with tireless promotions and an array of music, known to the world as "Sidewayz Ent". With a heavy buzz throughout California, Beta; known then as "R.Beta", featured on numerous songs with Mac Dre, C-Bo, Luni Coleone, Messy Marv, AP-9 and countless Compilations such as Daz Dillinger's "To Live and Die in CA" "The New West and "How the West was Won". This lead to the successful Group album "Secret Congregation" with rap legend Suga Free; released in 2006. With such power moves at such a young age, his peers began to call him "Boss".. R.Beta was now known as "Beta Bossalini". Soon after Beta released the 1st chapter to the soon-to-be famous "Diary of a Boss" mixtapes.. Things seemed to be going just right for Beta Boss but it wouldn't be long before the troubles of the his extensive street history would catch up with him; Beta found himself staring at a stiff sentence for a few old drug charges, this lead to him fleeing to the "ATL".. in Atlanta, Southern Hospitality was at its finest, Beta released what would become his signature song "Sidewayz Swanger" and quickly got the attention of the locals. Then, Beta Bossalini takes listeners on a true journey of his life from songs detailing his upbringing; to his current status on "Diary Of A Boss Chapter 2- Barack O’Beta". He cleverly paints a verbal picture on the song "Tattoo Pain" and then shares a different side of himself on "Ya No Good" the song that turns everyone that listens to it into an instant fan; including Hip-Hop Mogul Suge Knight.. To continue the Sidewayz legacy Beta introduces "Juice Lee", who displays his talent on the club banger "Bitch im Juiced Up" with Mistah FAB.. With the anticipation of The Barck O'Beta mixtape, Beta returns to California for the release and to no avail the black and whites are ready for him.. In 2008 Beta Bossalini is arrested on unrelated charges that lead to the convinction of his absconding drug charges, Beta Bossalini takes a plea for 16 months.. after 10 months was Beta was paroled is now free to conquer the world as before.. He quickly releases the 3rd installment to the "Diary of a Boss".. Bitch im the Boss!! Chapter 3" he also releases a follow up to the 3rd chapter; Chapter 3D, with appearances by Nipsy Hussle and A-Wax.. Beta Bossalini is now working on his Official solo Album, A BLURAY Album; setting up a series of movie-like music videos, in-depth interviews and footage of his lifestyle as a real life Boss; Beta feels that just a CD would not be big enough for his next array of music, he would need a BLURAY.. You can catch Beta Bossalini around the globe as the socialite he is, on TMZ with Suge Knight, on the Cross Country Pimping DVDs and on WorldStarHipHop.Com and YouTube.Com, you can download his music on iTunes and and on the Official Beta Bossalini website WWW.BETABOSSALINI.NET

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