American rapper based in Sacramento, California, LeParis Dade, known professionally as OMB Peezy, new song “Real Shit” feat. Morray, leaked online off Misguided album.
OMB Peezy has been through hard times. He was born in Mobile, Alabama. By telling the truth, OMB Peezy made his own way to hip-hop stardom. Like any great prophet, Peezy used his struggles as lessons. When he was 12, his mother moved to California.
He didn’t try to hide his pain. Instead, he used it to make music. E-40 gave him his first record deal because of this hard move and the way he thinks about his music. Peezy met E-40 because he could dig deep in his lyrics to make people who think like him seem more real. “He liked what I wrote. E-40 helped Peezy tell his story, he said. “Anyone can discuss murder. He liked to hear my reasons for doing bad things.
Peezy became known all over the world. After “Lay Down,” he signed with 300 Entertainment to put out Humble Beginnings. On “Doin Bad” with YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Peezy’s hustle was clear. He released Young & Reckless and Preacher to the Streets in 2018 after Humble Beginnings. OMB After he put out Preacher to the Streets, Peezy’s career took off. The project showed how talented and respected Peezy is. On the project, Boosie Badazz, T.I., Lil Durk, G-Eazy, and other artists took part.
“Sleep at Night” was on Peezy’s album “In The Meantime,” which came out in 2020. Fans were waiting for Too Deep For Tears when the mixtape came out. It came out at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. On the album, there is also a remix of his hit song “Big Homie,” which has been watched more than 31 million times. Peezy asked Jackboy from Sniper Gang and the late King Von to be on the album track. Blac Youngsta, Jacquees, and Rylo Rodriguez are on Peezy’s Too Deep For Tears. Throughout the album, the rapper is sad about the death of his grandmother and the way the justice system works.
“Tim Milton is my cousin….” “99 Years for a Robbery” is what Peezy said the title of his album meant. “I’m thinking, ‘Damn, 99 years for stealing?'” He thinks to himself, “It’s my fault.” He said, “It hurts too much to cry.”
In rap, respected and legendary are not the same thing. Hip-hop respect is short-lived. People admire, dislike, and cheer your rise, reign, and fall. To get famous quickly, one might have to change who they are or their story. By telling the truth, OMB Peezy was able to avoid these problems. Pastor P, or “Pastor P” as he is known on social media, is a big part of the hip-hop scene in Alabama. From Mobile to Sacramento, he has blazed a path that will help him become a legend outside of music. In contrast to revered, a hip-hop legend will always be around.