Just a few weeks ago OMB Peezy linked up with YFN Lucci and Yungeen Ace for his newest single “Hustle.” He’s now back with another single, this time with Rylo Rodriguez for their collaboration titled “Dope Boy.” On the track, Peezy opens it up before passing it off to Rylo:
Look, dope boy out the trenches, can’t forget I made my youngin rich. Pink slip on a foreign, can’t believe I really own the bih/ Make my quota, then we order, legend how I run it up (I run it up). Trap it, trap it, flip it (Flip it)/ Spin it then I make it up. Dope boy out the trenches, can’t forget I made my youngin rich. Pink slip on a foreign, can’t believe I really own the bih (I own it)
The recent tracks are Peezy’s follow ups to his viral single “Big Homie” with guest verses from Jackboy and the late King Von. Fans can expect both songs to be found on Peezy’s forthcoming project Too Deep For Tears, his body of work that is set to be released some time in the near future. Peezy has also released his mixtape In The Meantime earlier this year to hold fans over while he works on Too Deep For Tears. In The Meantime includes fan favorite “Sleep At Night,” which has accumulating over 7 million views on YouTube since its release.
Back in November, Rylo Rodriguez unveiled his official debut LP Goat In Human Form, which sees 17 tracks and additional features from Yo Gotti, Jackboy, Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, and Lil Baby. Most recently he dropped his video for “Home Run,” which was a follow up for previously released clips for “Walk,” “Hear This,” “For Me,” and “We Could Never Die.” Much of last year also saw Rodriguez contributing to tracks for peers like DJ The Rapper, Nolove Stu, Rayy Dubb, Blaze Bar$, and PTM Hud.
Be sure to listen to “Dope Boy” by OMB Peezy featuring Rylo Rodriguez down below.