Texas’ own, Deezie Brown delivers a very edgy, dark and rebellious depiction of Alternative Rap & Electronic Pop. His latest track, “RAF RAF RAF” has over 70 thousand listens on Soundcloud and was turned into a short film, and his “serching for judith” mantra makes it clear that he’s paving a path of his own. His music tells his story from birth to now. Deezie has taken his imagination and real life experiences and blended the two. In a short span of time, Deezie has played at almost every venue in the Austin and San Antonio area including Stubbs, The Mohawk, Austin Music Hall, & The Korova Also opening for artist like Curren$y, David Banner, Bun B, Method Man & Redman, Big Krit, & former G.O.O.D Music Artist Yasiin Bey FKA Mos Def. Recently, Deezie was selected by A3C to compete for a slot at the 2016 A3C Festival, and ended up being voted in the top spot by his fans. While still riding the wave from his last release, “Live Fast, Die Slow,” which is a joint album with artist Proz Taylor, Deezie’s been heavy in the studio recording cuts for his upcoming project JUDITH which will really set the tone for 2018.
Devin Brown better known by his stage name Deezie Brown, initially gained recognition when joining Auction Sound with crew members Proz Taylor & Parallelephants.
However Deezie’s love for music started back when his mother bought him a Bone Thugs-N-Harmony cassette tape when "Crossroads" had just dropped and everyone was recording over old tapes on their cassette players.
“Music when I was younger gave me so much drive, it moved me to be excited and to be emotional. I could go to music when I was feeling a certain way and would build a sense of exhilaration and serenity. I knew then that this was something I wanted to pursue. I use to freestyle over Warren G “Regulators” all the time. I've been rapping since I was seven years old this is just something that was meant for me.“
He was inspired to drop out of college and pursue his creative dreams once he heard Kanye’s GRADUATION album and he hasn’t looked back since.
“As I grew up I learned that it's about what's going to last you in this lifetime rather than what looks good for the moment.” - Deezie