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Music Artists Making A Impact: Interview With Deniro Bossa & Bishop Ghetto Moses

By Tammy Reese


Meet Donovon Berry, better known in the music world as Deniro Bossa. He is a Rapper, Actor, Entertainer, and Poet. From humble beginnings in Brooklyn, New York now making an impact in the entertainment industry in revolutionary and positive ways. His purpose is family, music, and legacy.



Also meet Bryan Stephens, better known as Bghetto aka Moses who is the CEO of BigEst ENT and is a Rapper, Actor, and Entertainer. Walk on Water Productions recently released the music video “Callate la Boca” which features both Bishop Ghetto Moses and Deniro Bossa.



These talented entertainers were born to be more than what society has to offer. They are here to do something major because there is peace in them no matter what is happening around them.

Please enjoy our interview.

 

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Please tell us how you chose your stage name and what it means to you.

Deniro Bossa: I chose Denirobossa because it means my childhood nickname in Spanish (Dmoneybags).

What does it take to be a successful music artist from your experience?

Deniro Bossa: I believe it takes a solid foundation and fan base to become a successful music artist.

What are some of the latest projects you’ve worked on or released?

Deniro Bossa: I have joined the EP called Money Making Foundation with my brother Bghetto which is booming on all streaming platforms.

Can we expect any upcoming albums or shows? If so, what can you share with us?

Deniro Bossa: You can look out for more videos and more music from myself and my team shortly.

August is National Black Business Month. Please tell us what your work entails as the C.E.O of BigEst ENT.

Deniro Bossa: As the Co-founder of Big East Ent, we will be putting out more albums and videos and articles together and separately but all under one umbrella.

In addition to being a music artist, you’re also an actor. What has the acting journey been like for you so far?

Deniro Bossa: I’ve been in a couple of short films with the director Geko he is a good filmmaking artist and everyone should go check him out.

What else is essential for our readers to know about you and your plans for the rest of the year?

Deniro Bossa: Keep on the lookout for my new EP Robin and Arthur Son. It will be something everyone will want to tune into.

Who are some of your favorite music artists?

Bghetto: Melly Mel, LL Cool J, DMC, Big Daddy Kane, KRS One, and Rakim.

What are some of the most memorable moments in your career so far?

Bghetto: My most memorable moment was when I was 12 years old. I was in 6th grade in Ms. Wonderman's class. She started a talent show for us every Friday. I had no plans but I wanted to do comedy and to make my classmates laugh but I decided to rap. We were only allowed to use raps with no cussing. I chose Gangster Paradise! I can’t explain it but I never rapped in front of nobody then I did in front of a whole class. Wow! I won… my boy Fat Asmar from Spruce St. helped me being the DJ on the radio with the cassette tape so I can focus on my performance.

Shoutout to Ms.Wonderman who is a big New York Giants fan. I passed my 6th grade class because I would always write. I also wanted to play football for the New York Giants when I grew up and give it to her! Lol, Quitman Street School forever!

What challenges have you encountered and overcome throughout your career?

Bghetto: The challenges I overcame were understanding that I can not change the world and the people here. I learned that I can change my world and the people around me.

What advice would you give to upcoming artists?

Bghetto: My advice to anyone who wants to have an entertainment career is to have patience and stay humble. Also, remember to practice and make sure you know who you are before you make it to the Majors so you never lose yourself.


Follow on Social Media: @IM_ Bghetto and @d3nirobossamusic

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TAMMY REESE


Tammy Reese began her career as a theater actress performing in 60 live stage shows a year with The Media Unit TV and Stage Production Company. She also directed the weekly live TV show Rough Times Live.


Eventually, she went to Empire State College to obtain her degree in media studies. After graduation, she did more theater and wrote and produced her own videos to spread awareness on social issues through the arts.


Tammy is an award-winning journalist and is best known for her legendary interviews with Sharon Stone, Angela Bassett, Sigourney Weaver, Phylicia Rashad, Billy Porter, Luke Evans, Geena Davis, Morris Chestnut, Essie Davis, Lauren Cohan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Michael James Shaw, Ross Marquand, Merritt Wever, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Giancarlo Esposito, Meagan Good, Jennifer Connelly, Laurence Fishburne, Vivica A. Fox, Omar Epps, Joseph Sikora, Nelly, Ryan Coogler, Carmen Electra, Leon, Patina Miller, La La Anthony, Britt Lower, Janet Hubert, Tom Arnold, Michole Briana White, Matt Cedeño, Raven Goodwin, Amber Riley, and many more.


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