Paperboy Love Prince is a far cry from your typical New York City mayoral candidate. They can often be found in Washington Square Park standing on top of a bedazzled school bus rapping about social issues. When they announced their run for mayor, many laughed them off as a joke candidate. However, as their campaign starts to heat up, their viral tactics gain momentum online and in mainstream media like Rolling Stone and The Trevor Noah Show. Can Paperboy act as a nexus between the people who wouldn't ordinarily engage in politics and a platform that serves them?