OMB Peezy shouts out a true OG in new video

In a moving new video, Bama-Born, Bay Area-based OMB Peezy seeks wisdom from a true OG – his grandma. “Ms. Lois House” explores the two juxtaposing sides of growing up in her home, which started as a den of hope and innocence and grew into a headquarters of trapping for Peezy and his friends. Ms. Lois introduces the song with a sweet and succinct seal of approval, “Sometimes I don’t know what he be saying, but it sounds good.”

When Peezy moved to the Bay Area he developed a reputation as a rap prodigy and earned the respect of new wave legend Nef The Pharaoh and true OG E-40 before eventually signing to E-40’s Sick Wid It label and 300 Entertainment. In 2017, he shared virally popular hits like “When I Was Down,” “Porch,” and his debut project Humble Beginnings, executive produced by Grammy-nominated producer Cardo Got Wingz (Kendrick Lamar, Jeezy, Meek Mill). Most recently he shared his first solo album Loyalty Over Love to critical praise from Pitchfork, who wrote that it is, “a rich portrait of loneliness, suspicion, and weariness, showcasing his eye for observation and a knack for self-examination


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