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You found Denny "Blazin" Hazen, aka: The AVERAGE HOMEBOY.
As a teenager, Denny had a dream to become a famous rap recording artist
at a time when there weren't any white rappers. We're fairly certain that
Denny was the first rapper to make a music video while mowing his yard
in the suburbs of Ohio. You could say that Denny is the original "White & Nerdy,"
since Weird Al mimicked him in the famed music video. Denny had a passion
to share his original point of view in the rap game. His junior high school
track coach nicknamed Denny, "Blazin Hazen" for his speed on the track.
Denny felt that his hot name would be a good counterbalance in the rap industry
since most MCs at the time were cold gangsta types with their tough personas.
For sure, Blazin Hazen was the opposite of a cold gangsta thug rapper.
Beginning in 1989, Denny started producing demonstration songs and videos.
He sent them off to NY and LA. Seventeen years later, an anonymous person
who claimed to find Denny's demo at MTV, uploaded "Average Homeboy"
to YouTube where it was featured on their home page in 2005.
Quickly, the demo became a Viral Video and was shared on many
entertainment websites, including features on the home pages of Google,
Denny's old demos are like a time capsule of the late 80's/early 90's
which include things such as Hyper Colored Clothes, Cardigan Sweaters,
and even a mullet haircut. VH1 named Denny Blaze
as their Top #3 Greatest Internet Superstar
and featured him on their Network Countdown Show.
The Comedy Central Television Program,
Tosh.0, flew The Average Homeboy out to Hollywood
to feature him on their show for a Web Redemption with Daniel Tosh.
Other TV Network coverage included, MTV - "Ridiculousness,"
TruTV - "Smoking Gun," The CW -"Smash Cuts,"
and G4 TV's - "Attack of The Show" have featured Denny's amazing story.
The Average Homeboy has performed accross the US from New York
Denny has produced a Documentary teling this story:
Once you hear his music, you'll just be BLAZED!
Also, Denny has made acting appearances in major motion pictures.
You can see him in "Draft Day" as a Jacksonville Jaguars Scout, and in
the movie, "The Rocker," Denny plays a business man.
Denny has appeared as an extra actor in several movies such as:
"Surviving Compton," "Love The Coopers," "Criminal Activities,"
"The Bronze," "Cleveland Abductions," and "Fast and Furious 8."
You can see his credits on Denny's IMDB page.
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