Richmond, CA: OMB is steady dropping heat of out the Bay Area.
OMB Peezy is a 20-year-old rapper from the port town of Mobile, AL who currently has the streets of Northern California on fire. The southern native moved to Sacramento, CA where his friendship with Nef The Pharaoh lead to Bay Area Legend E-40 hearing his music and signing him. His deal then led him to a record deal with 300 Entertainment and ever since, his growth is unstoppable. His debut project Humble Beginnings, produced executively by Cardo Got Wings (Drake, Kendrick Lamar, The Game), has already been gaining traction as it has been covered by XXL, FADER, and his single Doin Bad ft. NBA YoungBoy was exclusively premiered by WorldStarHipHop and has been featured in the popular Spotify playlist Most Necessary.
Peezy’s friends refer to themselves by OMB or Only My Brothers, and the group has another talented MC who goes by the name of ShawnieBo. The two OMB rappers connected for a block banger titled How The Game Go which will be featured on OMB ShawnieBo’s album Problem Child: Dreams of A Normal Life. OMB shut down the block for their Jay Pusha directed music video which has been released today. With the streets of Richmond on lock and the music industry ready for Peezy’s debut project, OMB is ready to take over the game.
Watch the Jay Pusha directed video for How The Game Go here:
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