Music Without Voice - Instrumental Album
Jam Eazey Entertainment & House-Of-Platinum Records is only 4 years old and has already created a buzz throughout MD, DC, VA, NJ and NYC. Ja'Meaze Lyell also known as Me'Aze 'Bosslady' Millioni the Business Woman has been on the grind for the past 4 years. She launched Jam Eazey Entertainment in Nov. of 2004 and House-Of-Platinum Records in March of 2005. Jam Eazey Ent. is an artist management, development, marketing, and promotions company. House-Of-Platinum Records is an independent record label and recording company located in Baltimore, Md. Ja'Meaze started her artist management career by managing two rap artists/producers (Dy-Verse & Rich), but she has been in the entertainment business for over 17 years. At the tender age of eight Ja'Meaze attended the Arena players of Baltimore and studied acting, drama, dance, music, and ballet. She attended Arena Players summer program for 4 years and performed at Artscape and Johns Hopkins Hospital with John Taylor the Kinderman. Ja'Meaze grew up with the talented and well known DJ Nelly Nell formely known as DJ D Smooth. DJ Nelly Nell taught Ja'Meaze how to DJ at the age of 11. In 1990 Ja'Meaze began spinning records in the bedroom of her parents house where she mixed together her first mixtape. Although it never was released, she gave all her friends a copy and they loved it. As time went on Ja'meaze decided to take a break from the entertainment world and pursue a career in Physical Therapy & Business Administration. Ja'Meaze attended Baltimore City Community College for one year but had a hard time focusing on her studies. She was missing the excitement and joy of being in the spotlight, so she decided to leave college and try ! her hand in the entertainment world one more time. In 2004 she stepped back into the spotlight and began playing an extra on HBO The Wire. While acting on The Wire a long term friend propositioned her into starting a management company with him. Ja'meaze acting career was not taking off as fast as she would have liked it to, so she decided to take him up on his offer. After two months of hard work and a few ups and downs the Bosslady was born. Bosslady began networking and traveling to major cities to market and promote her company. Bosslady and her business partner decided to end their partnership but she decided to continue with artist management, marketing and promotions. She was discouraged in the beginning but realized her passion for music and love for hip hop would help her reach a higher level of success. In 2005 Bosslady began plugging herself into almost every event that surfaced the radar and built relationships with some A-List Celebrities. Because of the advice and guidance she received from Industry Executives Kevin Peck, Charmel McMillan, Raydon, and Hozay Clowney she has been able to expand her roster of artists. House-Of-Platinum Records is currently the home of four talented artists with genres ranging from Hip Hop, R&B, and Neo Soul. H-O-P Records roster includes names such as BornKing, Diablo, K-Luv, DJ Mickey Nice, and DJ 5Starr The General. Ja'Meaze Lyell (Bosslady) states she has plans of developing House-Of-Platinum Records into a major label by 2008. H-O-P Records would be housed in Baltimore and cater to all genres of music. Bosslady is on da grind right now and will continue to work extra hard until her label and artists have reached the level of success she has implemented in her business plans. When asked what motivates you? Bosslady replies, music is my motivation.