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Who Is Team Eastside Peezy?

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Team Eastside Peezy

Peezy is your classic street rapper with gusto: he comes from the struggle, he tells you his story, and he does it while making you want to go achieve what you set out to do. What separates him from the pack is his endearing, larger-than-life, personality that welcomes people into his world – one full of guns, women, and economic independence. At 28 years old, he’s in an interesting space – he’s seasoned enough to deliver a style of rap that doesn’t involve the new age mumbling, but he’s also too young to truly be considered an OG. He brings this style to his raps with his gut-punching bars and clever metaphors and similes to really make you sit back and say….damn. Go check out his latest project People’s Champ and get exposed to his music if you’re one of the unlucky few he hasn’t listened to him yet.

Bio:

Peezy was born in Detroit, Michigan on November 5, 1988. His childhood was divided because his mother was from the east side of Detroit and his father was from the west side. They also weren’t together, so this became a factor in his life as well. His grandmother owned six of the houses in one street so many of his family members lived around him growing up. He got kicked out of his firsts middle school and was forced to attend Cadillac Middle School on the east side of Detroit. At some point in time, the second floor of his mother’s house caught on fire making it impossible for him to continue staying with his mother – there simply wasn’t enough room. He’d move in with his father on the west side of Detroit. It’s here that he attended high school, starting out at Cooley High School where he got kicked out four months into his freshman year. He would continue on at Mackenzie High School for awhile before dropping out. He had it hard where he lived because there wasn’t any heat. Every morning, before school, he’d travel to the gas station up the street to get Kerosene. He’d end up smelling like the fumes in class and it bothered him enough to stop attending class altogether. Rap became his go-to vice. He became a part of Team East Side, a rap collective that began to gain a following in 2011. His discography is quite large: boasting a number of albums, including Mud In Mud Out, Vol. 1, Number 1 Ghetto Boy, Mud, Sweat & Tears, Mud Muzic 2 Reloaded, Money Orientation, and much more. His latest album, People’s Champ was released on August 14.

Things You May Not Know About Team Eastside Peezy

  • In the last 13 years, he said that he’s spent almost a million dollars on lean.
  • He played football as a child at one point but quit because he didn’t like being fussed at by coaches.
  • He was shot outside of the 007 Gentleman’s Club in Detroit, Michigan.
  • He wants to get proposed to by his future wife.
  • According to him, the scariest thing in the world is a woman with bad breath.
  • He watches the popular STARZ series Power.
  • He was a fan of Bankroll Fresh.
  • He also watches the Netflix original series Ozarks.

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Did @ImAsianDoll Sign To Republic Records?

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A single, innocent snapshot in front of a gigantic logo. That’s all it took for fans to speculate that Asian Doll, the crazed female rapper behind recent hits like “Savage Barbie” and “Itty Bitty Bitches,” signed to Republic Records. Neither confirming or denying the news, she retweeted fans that congratulated her on her recent success. Whether she actually did sign with the label remains to be seen.

After a whirlwind 2017 that saw Asian Doll grow from a niche rapper to household star, she’s on top of her game right now. She’s already released new music to get the ball rolling for 2018 and looks to have another strong year of growth. There’s no wonder that Republic was eager to meet her. If she does sign with the label, she’ll be joining the likes of Post Malone, Ariana Grande, and Kid Cudi.

 

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@AllStarYoungLee ‘s New Album ‘Da Mob Code’ Is Finally Here

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It’s high time that AllStar Lee released a new project. He’s been putting in some serious work with a steady stream of tracks and visuals that have only increased the anticipation for a new project. Now, he’s finally revealed what’s been the object of his obsession for the last couple of months – Da Mob Code. The eleven-track project is relatively light on features, with only appearances from AllStar JR, Snap Dogg, Cashpaid Elway, Ant El Plaga, and AllStar Riich Flair over the course of three tracks.

Take a look at the cover art, tracklist, and head on over to iTunes to purchase Da Mob Code.

  1. Da Mob Code feat. AllStar Riich Flair
  2. Probably
  3. Wicked
  4. Prayed Up
  5. Until That Time Come
  6. Move
  7. Which One feat. AllStar JR
  8. Cut Up feat. Snap Dogg, Cashpaid Elway, and Ant El Plaga
  9. Venting
  10. Check Me Out
  11. White Castle

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Talking Tweets: @_EastsidePeezy’s Realist Gems Since 2018 Started

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Besides being one of Detroit’s hottest rappers, Eastside Peezy may be the city’s most prolific tweeter. He’s one of the funniest rappers using the social media platform, but he also drops real knowledge that helps people get by in everyday life. There’s some truth in what he says if you can get past the comedic facade that makes most of what he says come off as jokes.

For this edition of our new segment Talking Tweets, we’re going to look at some real spill that he’s given out since the year started. Be prepared for some advice and information that may reshape your existence.

 

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