Hailing from Boston, JS PAPER’s “Beantown” video is an introduction to the rapper and his hometown.
JS PAPER– “Beantown“
Aptly named, Beantown is a love letter to the streets that made 17 year old rapper JS PAPER who he is today. Directed by ShotByDon and produced by Feeva, the visual captures the heart and soul of Boston as the rapper visually and lyrically shows his love for his city. The music video highlights Bostonian landmarks and features a cameo by NBA basketball player Shabazz Napier who is also from the town.
The record was produced by JahDaGod, JS PAPER’s 15 year old brother, who also produced the rapper’s upcoming new EP “Shoe Box.”
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