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Half Deezy / Press

"Tampa based rapper Half Deezy is a success story if you’ve ever read one. Serving in the Army for almost ten years to provide for his daughter (who was born when he was 19), Deezy hung up his uniform to pursue his love for music full time..."

““We are very excited about this year’s lineup” said SunFest executive director Paul Jamieson. “We have a great mix of acts, featuring today’s hottest acts alongside legendary performers. The music festival marketplace has been growing over the past few years, but we know as do our fans know – there is no better place to enjoy music than along the waterfront in West Palm Beach.””

“Regional and local acts include: Cade, Casaveda, Ethan Parker Band, Fireside Prophets, Half Deezy, Matt Calderin Trio, Mike Mineo, NO TRAFFIK, Professor & The Jet Sets, SONS OF MYSTRO, Tori Lynn, Trey Libra fka Jacob Izrael, and WD-HAN”

“Local artists are also scheduled to perform over the course of the weekend. These acts include Cade, Casaveda, Ethan Parker Band, Fireside Prophets, Half Deezy, Matt Calderin Trio, Mike Mineo, NO TRAFFIK, Professor & The Jet Sets, SONS OF MYSTRO, Tori Lynn, Trey Libra fka Jacob Izrael, and WD-HAN.”

“Hit single “Enough” on Half Deezy’s New EP coming soon! Half Deezy is an up-coming artist out of Tampa FL killing the hip hop scene!!!”

“The somewhat famous rap artist Soulja Boy is now apologizing after dissing the U.S. Army in on of his newest songs "Lets Be Real" Many fans of the U.S. Army are angry with the young rapper and have retaliated with a few disses of their own. Some of the names are SGT Ian Vandiver, SGT Dunson, and Stephen Hobbs. I might even have to make a dis on soulja boy myself. Lol. All in all, I am not sure if this is a publicity stunt for the young artist, or the fact that he messed up in his song. Being an underground rapper myself, I don't think it's easy to mess up in your song, that you wrote. Soulja Boy You need to get your lyrics together. He says he gunna have the most songs. In my opinion it's going to be the most songs of junk.”

“I think this is one of the best responses I have heard to Soulja Boy’s “Lets Be Real.” ”