Bam’s music and lyrics are inspired by actual events and situations that have occurred in his life. “It’s not about what I have; it’s about what I’m going to do. The key with music is the emotion behind it.” He strongly believes that music is a way of telling a story to inspire people or for people to relate to.
He wants to make sure people will love it. True Hip-Hop! His song “House Party” was written based on a party that was thrown at his sister’s house. His song “You See Me” portrays how people think they know him, while they are misinterpreting. “You see me, yes you see me but you can’t see right through me, meaning I’m real..”
Bam’s music is a mixture of both old school and new school so it reaches out to everyone. He believes that growing up in the studio and with the Stationside Family helped him in his diversity of his music. He strongly believes in people being themselves and not like other people.
Bam Da Boomer is being featured on Urban Indie Radio Los Angeles 12/26 thru 1/2/2013, @ 1pm & 6pm (PST). Tune In @ http://www.UrbanIndieRadio.com.