Video: OMB Peezy – “Talk My Shit” ft. Yhung T.O. of SOB x RBE

The Sacramento-via-Alabama Rapper Brings the Leadoff Track From His Humble Beginnings Mixtape to Life


Critical Praise for OMB Peezy:

“[OMB Peezy] is tough but melodic, with a youthfully urgent voice and production that’s indebted to Louisiana and California.” – New York Times

“Sometimes all it takes is the right look, the right voice, or even the right beat to make an artist pop. With OMB Peezy, there’s a blend of all three.” – Pigeons and Planes

“This kid from Alabama is the future of rap.” – The FADER

The Video:

When OMB Peezy opens his mouth, a torrent of assonant syllables tumble out, dotting his preferred instrumentals like an abstract painting. On Talk My Shit,” the 20-year-old rapper shares the spotlight with Yhung T.O. of SOB x RBE, whose rhythmic auto-tune meshes perfectly with Peezy’s whirlwind flow. In the HYPEBEAST-premiered video for “Talk My Shit,” Peezy and T.O. mob with a crew in a warehouse–a rowdy scene intercut with clips of Peezy in a wheelchair and a straitjacket, as well as an unrestrained Peezy rapping in front of a white background. “Talk My Shit” is the opening track from Humble BeginningsOMB Peezy’s debut project released last fall.

A slap-heavy six-pack produced in full by Grammy-nominated producer Cardo Got Wingz (Kendrick Lamar, Jeezy, Meek Mill), Humble Beginnings is a cinematic and accomplished effort. Telling the story of his abrupt transition from a “kid out the mud” to a budding rap superstar, Humble Beginnings has earned more than 2.4 million combined plays on Spotify. Premiered by Complex and featuring an appearance from Peezy’s fellow Bayou-born riser YoungBoy Never Broke Again on the hit single “Doin’ Bad,” Humble Beginnings arrived via Sick Wid It Records/300 Entertainment. OMB Peezy gave listeners a behind the scenes look at his inspirations for the EP with the Humble Beginningsdocumentaryproduced by TIDAL and released in December.

Born in Alabama, the 20-year-old Peezy moved to the west coast when he was 12, developing a reputation as a rap prodigy, building a following on YouTube, and gaining the respect of the new wave of Bay Area artists such as Nef The Pharaoh and legends such as E-40. In 2017, OMB Peezy parlayed his grassroots local fanbase into a national following, earning millions of combined streams on his singles like the virally popular hitsWhen I Was Down,” Porch,” and Lay Down,” which Pigeons & Planes listed at #14 in their halftime list of Best Songs of 2017 and found a prominent fan in Wiz Khalifa who vibed to the song in an Instagram story. In July, OMB Peezy earned a mention in the New York Times in advance of his sold out show at NYC’s Webster Hall. Peezy also toured throughout 2017, supporting Detroit artist Tee Grizzley in the fall and accompanying SOB x RBE on a national tour in the spring. In November, he collaborated with Gucci Mane on “Pray For Me,” a track by producer Adam Snow.

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“Talk My Shit” ft. Yhung T.O.:

“Doin’ Bad” ft. YoungBoy Never Broke Again (Prod. by Cardo Got Wingz): |

“Pray For Me” (Adam Snow ft. OMB Peezy & Gucci Mane):

Humble Beginnings ||

“Love You Back”:

Word of Mouth Documentary:

“Pressure”: //

“The Hard Way”:

“Try Sumthin” ft. Yhung TO (SOB x RBE):

“Lay Down”: //
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“Loyalty Over Love”:

“When I Was Down”:

“Interracial Relations”:

Bio, photos, and streams available here: