Independent label CEO, Artist and Fashion designer J GOMES is fresh off of a big year and is pacing for a bigger year in 2021. J GOMES released 8 projects in 2020 during COVID only to get the world ready for his debut album KING ME which he released on February 12th he has also just partnered with the new live-streaming platform ZapLife. J GOMES has been making a impact in the hip hop industry for more reasons then one, his sound is like no other he manages to mix Boom bap with trap, with drill and any other sound he gets a vibe off of. But that’s not the only reason he’s getting noticed, he’s carrying a state that hasn’t had a major artist since HipHop was born. Connecticut! next door to New York in the backyard of Massachusetts, Suffering loss last year J GOMES channeled grief into rebranding himself as a Business. The passing of his father “ DJ.KOOL KEITH” the person who introduced him to music and then a few months later his Grandmother and aunt in the same day, Gomes says it was the hardest year of his life mentally but Knowing three of the people who always pushed him to do music because they believed in him were gone drove him to stay focused and make it happen. He said they’re going to have to put respect on his name and should address him as MISTER, a nickname that he is becoming known by around the industry MISTER GOMES which fits his title as one of the CEO’s of GROUND OF BOSSES ENT along with his DAPPER t-shirt line. A Partnership with ZapLife, a brand new Black-owned live streaming app launched by Cassie Hinnen, chief people officer, and Samantha Irizarry, chief executive officer, that makes it simple to get connected, entertain and stay entertained. J GOMES says he looks forward to working with the company and continuing to build his brand all while getting Connecticut the recognition it deserves. Music fashion and now a part of the digital world MISTER GOMES says he’s just getting started!Keep an eye out for him and follow him on all his social media platforms.