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OMB Peezy's Breakout Year

OMB Peezy is making his place known in the music industry. With the recent collaboration with Chicago rapper G-Herb; the track "Mufasa" has been making waves, gaining over one million views on YouTube.

On the track, Mufasa, the two rappers share their experiences in stressful and anxiety-filled environments and their dedication to making a better life for themselves.

LeParis Dade, known by his stage name OMB Peezy is the next big thing in hip-hop. Born in Mobile, Alabama, and raised in Sacramento, California, he took to music early and has become one of the most promising young artists today.

After years of dedication to developing his flow, it was no time before OMB attracted believers in his potential stardom. In 2017, OMB signed with Sick Wid it Records and 300 entertainment. Shortly after, he dropped his now-iconic track "Big Homie," which garnered over thirty million YouTube views. With all the traction and new notoriety, OMB doubled, releasing a remix featuring the late controversial Chicago rapper King Von and Jackboy.

As OMB grows his fan base, he consistently shares his intentions to be an idol for his hood and his desire for the better.

In April of 2019, OMB released his debut studio album, "Loyalty over Love." The album features Mozzy, TK Kravitz, Boosie Badazz, and Lil Durk. The cosign of these artists was the momentum OMB needed to further connect with his audience and gain a more significant fan base. In March of 2021, OMB released his latest solo album, "Too Deep For Tears." Peaking in the Top 5 on the Billboard 100.

OMB is only just taking off in his career. With the constant support of his fans and connections, it seems as if he is destined to make it big. Listeners are anxious for a new album from OMB. It looks like the future will hold many projects such as tours, collaboration albums, and more.

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