Bay Area-via-Mobile, Alabama rapper OMB Peezy is just 21 years-old but has the wisdom of a veteran. He’s announcing his debut studio album, Preacher to the Streets, delving into his brutally honest fears and frustrations, as well as sharing cautionary tales and street code commandments.
To kick off the project, he’s sharing a video with fellow Bay Area mainstay G-Eazy for “No Keys,” which showcases Pastor P’s light-hearted side. Reveling in their hard work with a backyard bash, going bar for bar about lavish cars and the women in their life, Peezy brings out all the necessities for Bay Area function — models, booze, and E-40.
In just two years, OMB Peezy inked deals with Sick Wid It/300 Ent., wrapped up a tour with legends and mentors Nef The Pharaoh and E-40, and the video for his breakout hit “Lay Down” has nearly 10M streams on YouTube. Peezy’s been hustling, and Preacher to the Street is the culmination. Featuring appearances from T.I., Lil Durk, Boosie, Sada Baby, and William King, Preacher To The Street arrives Spring 2019 via 300 Ent./Sick Wid It Records.