It all began for Jonathan “Doe Easy” Davis in Hostyle Johnson’s basement on General Greene Ave in Trenton, NJ. He creatively freestyled and eventually wrote clever rhymes filled with word play in hopes of becoming A recognized artist one day. Doe Easy is currently an artist/promoter for BCS Records of Trenton, NJ has helped create The South Jersey Music Awards along with BCS Records CEOs Naim “NaMoney” Travis and Ritty “Smooth Kat” Jackson. BCS Records has numerous movie credits and a program built to help independent artists get song placements on radio, movies and TV. Davis, who was first published when he was 14 years old in 1992 in a children’s book about John A. Roebling’s inventions with wire rope, has used his professional journalism to write some of today’s dopest songs. Look out for his singles, Why You Stuntin, Defender of Hip-Hop and Somewhere I Lost You Lord coming to radio and TV alike near you.