Since breaking out with "Lay Down" in 2017, OMB Peezy hasn't stopped working. The Mobile, Alabama native, who moved to Sacramento, California with his family as a teen, has crisscrossed the country on tours with SOB X RBE, Mozzy, Tee Grizzley, and others, and has released collaborative projects with Cardo Got Wings as well as Sherwood Marty.
All of this has led to his debut full-length project, Loyalty Over Love, released on August 10. Boosie is a strong influence on the 21-year-old, and, like the Baton Rouge rapper's catalog, Loyalty Over Love provides a song to fit every high and low between pain, anger, and joy.
In a new mini-doc, which premieres on The FADER today, Peezy explains the meaning behind the title. "I named my project that because any time I went to jail, I really saw who had love for me," Peezy told The FADER. "People said they had love for me but they showed their true colors when I went away. And then others proved that they were loyal. That’s why I’d rather someone be loyal than claim that they love me.”