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Atlanta’s Shay Bxxgie Gives Hands For Those In Need

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Shay Bxxgie (born Shamus Goss jr.) has undoubtedly grown into a heartfelt public figure. The North Atlanta Emo Hiphop artist has been recognized for several attempts of helping those in need. “I know how it feels to be in hard times, and have nothing” Shay states. His first reach to help was his donation to the earthquake relief in Puerto Rico. Being Puerto Rican this tragedy hit home and he donated an undisclosed amount in order to help the families in need.

After donating he took notice that his fanbase started to take action as well sending in donations. ”I noticed people reacting to my involvement and also influenced many to donate as well, thats when I realized that this situation was bigger than me” States Shay.

After noticing that his fan base was following suit he began to promote more non-profit movements. He then donated to the Australia Red Cross to help out with the tragic Brush Fires. In his home town he started a bi-weekly program to feed the homeless solely, and financially from the efforts of himself; father (Shamus Goss Sr. Real Estate Agent and CEO of Team One Athletics) and Mother, Marilyn Goss ( Co CEO of Team One Athletics).

The Family prepares over 100 meals that include a sandwich and a beverage in the city of Atlanta where they personally hand them out to families in need. Shay states that he is working on creating his own non profit where people can donate enabling him to be able to give more families around the world help. Shay also states”no matter how small you might be as a public figure your step towards doing better can lead to a marathon on greatness”. For more info follow him on twitter @Shaybxxgie or visit his website www.shaybxxgie.com

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Leon Budrow: The Heart of a Rising Star

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If you have ever enjoyed a live concert or a male revue show, you undoubtedly love a good time with live entertainment, but what if you were to combine the two?  With catchy beats and hooks coupled with the looks and charisma of a charming male entertainer, Leon Budrow has done just that. Below is our interview with him.

BigTimeDaily Team – As a musician, how do you balance branding yourself as a male entertainer?

BUDROW – For me it is easy because it is just who I am, I am a male entertainer.  I work for a great male revue company called Hunk-O-Mania where I manage, host and perform at our Philadelphia location every weekend.  My music career has been heavily influenced by my experiences at the Hunk-O-Mania male revue.  My songs often reference the show and my experience as a host/MC has really influenced my stage presence as musician in a great way.

BTD – You have built quite a fan base for yourself, having toured the country with various Pop Stars such as O-Town and Aaron Carter.  How do you stay connected with all of your fans?

BUDROW – I have been very blessed to have met so many amazing people throughout the country.  I believe that fan interaction is incredibly important, especially to show thanks and love back to those that show love and support to you.  I take pictures with as many fans as I can and I try very hard to respond to everybody’s comments and tags on my social media posts.  I also do random free merch contest giveaways, and a segment on my Instagram Story every Thursday that I call “Q&A Thursday” where I can personally interact with them answering their questions.

BTD – Given your experience touring the country, are there any particular cities that you’d love to tour again?  Any new cities you’d like to visit that you have not yet experienced?

BUDROW – It’s hard to pick a particular city considering I’d love to tour them all again.  I had great experiences touring the Mid West and North East, performing in great cities such as Easton, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Louisville, Cleveland, Boston and many more.  I’d really love to visit them all again soon on my next tour.  As for new areas, I’d love to tour the West Coast and head down south a little more, maybe hit Tennessee, Maryland, Florida and Texas.

BTD – As a male dancer for Hunk-O-Mania, you mentioned you work at the Philadelphia location.  Are there any other Hunk-O-Mania locations you’d like to experience?

BUDROW – I have worked at a couple other Hunk-O-Mania shows filling in as a performer at our Atlantic City and Hamptons shows.  I believe we are currently in 19 different cities.  I’d like to work at any one of shows honestly, but I’d really like to experience our show in Nashville.  I love Nashville and it would be great to get to work at that show sometime.

BTD – You promote yourself as a Pop | Hip-Hop Artist, why is that?

BUDROW – I enjoy all types of music, from pop, rap, rock, country, etc.  If I listen to it all, why can’t I create it all?  My sound is unique in that I am versatile and like to record different genres based on how I am feeling.  Sometimes I sing, sometimes I rap, sometimes my instrumentals are very edm or pop sounding and others are heavier beats.  One day I’d even like to write and record a country song.  I enjoy variety and the creative process in general.

BTD – You’ve appeared in various film and tv projects such as the Television show “Younger” and an upcoming role in the Zach Snyder Netflix Film “Army of The Dead” , is acting something you’d to pursue more?

BUDROW – Yes, absolutely.  I love acting, I would really like to become deeper involved with it and build a name for myself in Hollywood one day.

BTD – You live a very fast paced life with work, music and dancing.  As a professional male dancer for Hunk-O-Mania, what do you do to stay in shape?

BUDROW – Fitness has been a big part of my life.  As a former wrestler, fitness competitor and current recreational hockey player, I have always been athlete and use sports as a great way to stay fit.  I play on three hockey teams which provides me great cardio.  In the gym I focus on intense weight training, incorporating techniques such as drop sets, super sets, and rest pause sets into my workouts with minimal rest.  I chase the burn, the hotter it burns the harder it dries!

BTD – More than just an entertainer, you also work a full time job during the day.  How do you stay focused on all of your projects?

BUDROW – I have a great job as a Regional Manager for the best GNC Franchise Operator in the company.  I love what I do and I am very fortunate to be surrounded by great people at all times.  To stay focused, I really just try to be active at all times and make the best of every moment.  One thing to the next, I don’t like to waste time.  Wasted time or unproductive time is worst than wasted money.

BTD – As a jack of all trades, what would you be doing if not for GNC, Hunk-O-Mania and your music career?

BUDROW – I don’t think I would be doing anything else.  I would continue chasing all of my goals until I achieve them.  Like I said above, this is just who I am.  To me everything connects.

BTD – You seem very positive and confident, how do you handle criticism and rejection?

BUDROW – I have faced an immense amount of criticism and rejection, just like everybody has.  The key is to take what you can from it in a productive, positive manner and not let it stop you.  I was told by many people I couldn’t be a dancer or a singer, but I stayed true to myself and worked to become what I wanted to be.  Don’t let others bring you down, just keep going.

BTD – Describe your personal style

BUDROW – If you’ve ever seen me before a show or in my down time, you’ll see me rocking nothing but grey sweatpants and some sort of long sleeve shirt.  Right before all shows I switch out of this to something flashier, like black skinny jeans and a black t shirt.  My style is definitely black on black everything, typically accessorized with some chains, a watch and hat.

BTD – What two accessories can’t you leave the house without?

BUDROW – My cell phone and my watch, or my crystals.  I always have to have a crystal of some sort with me in hand or in my pocket.

BTD – You often use the word “Dreamin” in your music branding, what is your message with that?

BUDROW – I really believe in doing what you love.  Even if you can’t do it as a career, at least pursue a hobby around whatever your passion is.  If you wanted to be a professional hockey player, sign up for a recreational league.  If you wanted to be a marine biologist, take up a scuba diving class.  I believe we should pursue whatever makes us happy in some form, no matter what people say or how busy we are.  Live your dreams and take action, that is the principle behind why I make use of the word Dreamin.

BTD – What is your life motto?

BUDROW – “A life filled with regret is just a life wasted away”

A great lyric from a humble man, inspiring others to always live life to their fullest.

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