(New York, NY – June 24, 2021) – Today, the latest female rapper paving the way, Beanz has unveiled her new track “As Seen On TV” featuring iconic rapper Benny The Butcher via Artisan/AWAL.

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Produced by Taysty, “As Seen On TV” flexes Beanz’ lyrical dexterity and flow over the bouncy, horn laden beat. The track follows on the heels of her first single, “Blow Me” off of her highly anticipated album, Tables Turn due out later this summer. On “Blow Me,” Hot New Hip Hop exclaims Beanz has “raw talent…[and] dope bars” while Brooklyn Vegan describes “…[Beanz] channels warm, soulful early 2000s rap on her addictive new single.”

On “As Seen On TV” Beanz says: “I have been a fan of Benny for some years now, we both come from the east coast underground rap scene. When we finally linked up he told me he was a fan of mine also and was familiar with me, I didn’t expect that. The record came together at the right time for my first real project.”

Beanz has steadily been on the rise since her time on the Netflix hip-hop, reality competition Rhythm and Flow with a string of releases earlier this year including “Crackin” (prod. By JetSonMade), “Basement” (prod. by Wheezy) and “Waves Freestyle” where she teamed up with Bay Area rapper P-Lo.

Listen to “As Seen on TV” and keep an eye out for more news on Tables Turn coming soon.

About Beanz:

Growing up in Redding, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia and born to Puerto Rican-American parents, Beanz grew up in a rough neighborhood. Channeling her thoughts through poetry she began writing, which led to rapping and soon she began repping her city with her talents.

Beanz is proof positive that we’re living in a golden age of female rappers. Among her peers, she stands out as a complete artist—she combines incisive writing and uncommon charisma, precision and passion, and the ability to appeal to rap purists while retaining immense crossover potential. In 2019, she turned heads (and impressed judges Fat Joe and Jadakiss) with her appearance on the Netflix hip hop reality competition Rhythm & Flow. Since then, she’s released an unrelenting parade of bangers, proving herself as an underdog worth rooting for.