Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson was an American house DJ and producer born on January 11, 1971 in Chicago, Illinois. He released a vast amount of music for some of the most consistently underground dance labels before joining Peacefrog Records. His debut album "Bump Talkin'" in 1996 and its follow-up "Feel The Music" became highly acclaimed releases. Known for his remix work for artists such as Stacy Kidd, Joey Beltram, Green Velvet, Armando, Ce Ce Peniston, Ron Trent, K-Alexi, and Steve Poindexter, Paul's music found its way into the playlists of renowned DJs worldwide.

In 1987, Paul Johnson tragically lost the use of his legs due to a shooting accident and required a wheelchair for mobility. Despite this challenge, he continued to create groundbreaking music that resonated with audiences.

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