Lil Durk joins Peezy on “100”, which stresses integrity and appreciation. Wise beyond his years, OMB Peezy thoughtfully narrates explicit tales that lead right to your front door. Born in Alabama and raised in the Bay, OMB Peezy offers life lessons that show growth and discipline through his experiences and thoughtful processes. In “Ms Lois House”, the rapper reflects on hard times, lessons and blessings that occurred at or near his grandmother’s infamous home.
“I really feel like the is the most satisfied I’ve been with putting together a full body of work. On certain songs like I tried digging deeper into my thoughts and feelings. However, I still show my day one fans that I’m having fun with life mo matter how tough the trials and tribulations are. I am Pastor P. I am a preacher to the streets,” said Peezy.
On his previous project, Loyalty Over Love, the 21-year-old rapper was adamant about showing the world who he really is and keeping the features to the minimum. Now, he is ready to show the magic created when he bounces off the energy of his peers. OMB Peezy maneuvers through beats with a sense of arrogance that could come from nowhere else but the streets. Pitchfork stated that “Peezy often structures his verses like rants, swinging between thoughts while simultaneously reacting to them.” He plays with different tempos and delivers stories through respected hip-hop techniques that have allowed him to create and dominate his own lane.
Be sure to listen to Preacher to the Streets below and keep a look out for Peezy and Lil Durk’s music video to “100.”
LYRIC VIDEO – 100 FT. LIL DURK
VIDEO – ONE ME FT. SADA BABY
VIDEO – STRUGGLE FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ
Preacher to the Streets Track List:
1. Project Baby ft. William King
2. Where I Come From
3. Try So Hard
4. Struggle ft. Boosie Badazz
5. One Me ft. Sada Baby
6. No Keys ft. G-Easy
7. Treacherous ft. Seddy
8. 100 ft. Lil Durk
9. My Youngin
10. I’m Straight ft. T.I
11. Let Me Know
13. Tupac Skit
15. Ms. Lois House
OMB Peezy just dropped the music video to his explosive new single “One Me” featuring breakout Detroit artist, Sada Baby. Peezy also announced his new mixtape, Preacher to the Streets coming April 26th, which is currently available for pre-save. The new record comes shortly after Peezy’s “Struggle” video with Boosie Badazz and “No Keys” featuring G-Eazy. Take a look at the Michelle Parker directed visual.
SHERWOOD MARTY DROPS NEW SINGLE “DOIN MY THANG“
Baton Rouge’s Sherwood Marty just released his latest single, “Doin My Thang.”
This follows his BRKRS music video “We Outchea,” which stemmed from his last mixtape, Stuck In The Trenches 1.5. Sherwood Marty first busted onto the scene in 2016 with his breakthrough mixtape, Stuck In The Trenches: Self Made Vol. 1, which featured an appearance from the late, Da Real Gee Money. Sherwood’s uncompromising rawness made records like, “Sherwood Baby” and “Ride” a huge success. Last year, Sherwood teamed up with breakout Bay Area/Alabama lyricist, OMB Peezy for their joint Young and Reckless mixtape, that received praise from Pitchfork, Pigeons and Planes, Hypebeast, XXL, Hot New Hip-Hop, Elevator Mag, Thizzler, and other outlets.
Take a listen to “Doin My Thang” below and look for the music video coming soon.
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OMB PEEZY DROPS “ONE ME” FT. SADA BABY
PREACHER TO THE STREETS MIXTAPE COMING 4/26
OMB Peezy teamed up with breakout artist, Sada Baby for their collaborative banger, “One Me.” Peezy also announced his new mixtape, Preacher to the Streets coming April 26th, which is currently available for pre-save.
The new record comes shortly after Peezy’s “Struggle” video with Boosie Badazz and “No Keys” featuring G-Eazy. Take a listen to “One Me” below and look out for it’s music video, next week.
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OMB PEEZY DROPS “STRUGGLE” MUSIC VIDEO FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING NOW
“His voice is so modular and shifty that the betrayal feels lived through” ~ Pitchfork
“OMB Peezy, from Mobile, Ala., but living in Sacramento now, is tough but melodic, with a youthfully urgent voice and production that’s indebted to Louisiana and California.” ~ New York Times
OMB Peezy releases telling single “Struggle” featuring Southern rap icon, Boosie Badazz. The comparisons between OMB Peezy and Boosie have been obvious since Peezy’s 2017 emergence onto the music scene. Never the one to shy from paying homage to rap legends that came before him, the Boosie collaboration shouldn’t come as a surprise to fans as Peezy is signed to E-40’s Sick Wid It Records. Gearing up for the highly anticipated release of his new mixtape, “Struggle” follows Peezy’s latest release “No Keys” featuring G-Eazy. “You don’t feel my struggle, so you don’t feel my hustle,” Peezy raps. Both emcees’ pinched lyrical delivery beautifully mesh throughout the production’s low synths. Their undeniable ability of storytelling is the collaborative rap hip-hop needs at the start of 2019. Take a watch and listen to OMB Peezy’s “Struggle” featuring Boosie Badazz and look out for Peezy’s new mixtape coming soon.
VIDEO – STRUGGLE FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ
AUDIO – STRUGGLE FT. BOOSIE