Growing up in New Haven, Braggin Rights attended and graduated from the New Haven public school system and spent most of his free time playing basketball. He's always had a passion for music and dance but throughout the years rapping became one of his favorite hobbies.
After graduating from high school and going on to college for a year at Livingstone College in Salisbury, North Carolina, he decided to come home to support his family. As a result of the economy during that time, employment was not stable or consistent and Braggin Rights became involved in the streets. In 2010 he dropped his first mixtape titled “Don’t Let the Polo Fool Ya”.
After dropping the mixtape in October of 2010, the following month, November of that same year he was sentenced to three years, of which he served two and a half years. While incarcerated, Braggin Rights came up with the concept name of Blvd Boys while writing songs.
He became very interested in the music industry and then decided to take rapping serious. Serving time gave him the opportunity to write more than 500 songs and learn how to perfect his craft. After he was released from prison in February of 2013, he began preparing his next mixtape called Long Over Due “L.O.D” which was released 2014. Then he began building Blvd Boys as a brand and released Long Over Due Reloaded in 2015 and released Dutch Masters in 2016. Now he's dropping his 5th project Pray For My Enemies September 30, 2017.
Braggin Rights has been relentless in his day to day grind promoting himself and the Blvd Boys. He has built a solid street buzz due to his consistency of hit singles, mixtapes and special features by Young Thug, Omelly, Rich The Kid etc. and continuously opening up shows for major recording artists.
"Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress and working together is success"