After connecting with Young Gully earlier this week for the song “Show Me Love,” OMB Peezy decides to return to the scene today and share a new video in support of his Loyalty Over Love project for “My Dawg.”
The video finds Peezy rapping from the cemetery and grave stone of his “dawg” in this K Welch Visuals-directed clip (above). It follows up his latest video for “Yeah Yeah” with TK Kravitz.
Check it out and let us know what you think. Loyalty Over Love, which features guest appearances from Mozzy, TK Kravitz & Paper Lovee among others, is available now on iTunes.
Nicki Minaj & Trippie Redd weren’t the only two artists to drop off new projects today. Joining in on the fun was rising ATL rapper OMB Peezy, who released his debut album Loyalty Over Love, featuring guest appearances from Mozzy, TK Kravitz, Paper Lovee, and more. To coincide with the project, OMB Peezy decides to roll out a new video in its support for the song “Yeah Yeah “ featuring TK Kravitz.
From playing video games with the homies to robbin’ a Brinks truck, Peezy portrays a street heist in this follow up video to “Got You.” Check it out and let us know what you think.
Loyalty Over Love available now on iTunes and can be streamed here on HNHH.
OMB Peezy’s been one artist from the south to look out for over the past year. The rapper’s released one EP and a collaborative mixtape in addition to loose singles since last summer. Back in July, the rapper announced the release date for his debut album, Loyalty Over Love. He’s released several singles off of the project including “Yeah Yeah,” “No Tme To Waste” and “My Dawg” which he dropped earlier today (Aug. 9). The project was initially supposed to be released later tonight but the rapper decided to drop it a few hours early.
OMB Peezy is back with his new project, Loyalty Over Love. The rapper comes through with a twelve track project that showcases the different sides to his artistry. Peezy recruits the likes of DTB, Mozzy, TK Kravitz, Paper Lovee and OMB Iceberg for features on the project. Dubba-AA and Drumdummie hold down the majority of the production on the project but Ear Drummers, Dave-O, TNT and Helluva also made contributions to Loyalty Over Love.
Peezy’s definitely one person to look out for and if you haven’t gotten yourself familiar with his work yet, check out his new project, Loyalty Over Love.