May 20, 2017 · JJ Da Boss has invited 8-street racing teams from around the country to Memphis for a chance to win $100,000. A win won't come without a fight, though, as South Carolina's small-tire racers and St. Louis high-dollar drivers are ready for war.
Tricia Day holds the money while husband “JJ da Boss” gives two thumbs up. As the event wound down, I tried to get a few moments with Jonathan Day (JJ da Boss). As brash and bold as he is when he is “on”, he is quiet, reserved and humble when he is one on one. JJ da Boss and his wife, Midget welcome us to Memphis by introducing their family of racers. We learn about racing in Memphis, where there is no list, just Memphis against the world and get a sneak peek at all the action coming up on this brand new show. Season 2 Episode 3 - Big Apple, Big Mouths. Memphis comes together to help Doughboy get his new car ready to race, but when it won't be running by race night, JJ decides to give Dover a second chance; when New York comes to town, Memphis tries for a big comeback after last week's losses. JJ Da Boss invites eight of the fastest street racing teams to hit the Memphis, Tenn., asphalt for a chance to win $100,000; chips are drawn, and the bracket is established; tempers quickly escalate as the first two teams square off in round one. Jango is about making online music social, fun and simple. Free personal radio that learns from your taste and connects you to others who like what you like. Everything Midwest Street Cars Automotive and Street Racing
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The latest Tweets from UKGmusic (@UKGmusic). UKG the Brand Launched in 2000 by Norris Da Boss Windross, MC Creed and Jason Kaye when they created the UK Garage Awards. TheFOAT Tickets is the premier motorsports ticketing service for drag racing, car shows, offroad and more. This time, we catch up with JJ Da Boss as he tells us a little bit about his experience out in Las Vegas when he went to race and some people who showed up with guys who had cars, but didn’t have cars themselves, decided that they wanted to do more than race, making things personal.