New Album – @DeezyDaPaperboy “R.A.P.” (Rhythm and Poetry)

Midwest Hip Hop stalwart, Deezy Da Paperboy is back with his latest album “R.A.P.(Rhythm and Poetry)”. Known for his amazing range, and versatility Deezy shows out on the almost exclusively R&B release. With singles like “You Don’t” and the “Exist” remix featuring Jayy Wills anchoring the 10 track project Da Paperboy shows his softer side. Keeping the guest list to a minimum allows Deezy to flex his creativity and songwriting ability. “R.A.P” is yet another solid edition to the already outstanding catalog of Da Paperboy. The project is available for purchase on all major digital retailers and streaming now on YouTube.


NEW ALBUM – @iambennieblanco “Where’s Blanco (The Album)”

After a short hiatus, Money Ave rep,  Bennie Blanco delivers his highly anticipated album, “Where’s Blanco?”. The Illinois native brings heat over the course of 17 tracks. With standout singles like, “Southgrand”, “Live From The Bricks” and the King Mill and Mitch G assisted “Always”, Blanco carves his own lane in a crowded Hip Hop space. If you were wondering where the exciting artist has been he answers all those questions and more with this release. With placement on all the major digital platforms including Tidal, Google Play, Spotify and hard copies making their way through the streets the young emcee is ready to take his career to new heights.

Check out the JWE filmed “The Intro” video and be on the lookout for more from the man known as Blanco.

@DeezyDaPaperboy reaches for the “Krown” from his cell.


Deezy Da Paperboy is on a mission for the “Krown”, and even a stint in jail isn’t stopping him. The multi-award winning artist recently found himself on the wrong side of the law but even that can’t stop his momentum. “UnderGroundKrown” made it’s debut Independence Day to rave reviews. The 9 track project is packed full of high energy production and street-certified hits like; “Turn Up The Stove”, “Telling Me Nothing”,  and the Sheezy assisted “Not Me”. Taking a page right from the playbook of artists like Shyne, and Gucci Mane, releasing music while incarcerated only puts Da Paperboy that much closer to the throne.