In 2020 Peezy would then go on to release his mixtape, In The Meantime, which housed fan-favorite “Sleep At Night”. Released at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the mixtape was music for fans to listen to “in themeantime” while he continued to work on what would become his debut album Too Deep For Tears. The album would also include a remix to his viral single “Big Homie”, with the original amassing over 31 million views, Peezy would then tap Sniper Gang’s Jackboy and the late King Von for the album cut. Too Deep For Tears also features Blac Youngsta, Jacquees, and Rylo Rodriguez and continues Peezy’s realistic outlook on life. Not only does he grieve the death of his former label situation, but the rapper also deals with the loss of his grandmother throughout the album and the perils of the justice system. “My cousin Timothy Milton. … They gave him 99 years for a robbery,” Peezy said when explaining his album’s title. “From the outside looking in, I’m like ‘Damn, 99 years for a robbery?’ But on the inside looking out, he’s like ‘It’s my fault.’ … He was like ‘Shit, it’s too deep for tears.’”This summer, OMB Peezy is set to release his new mixtape Misguided which will feature the previously released single “Mufasa” ft. G Herbo be hosted by DJ Drama, giving the tape the Gangsta Grillzstamp of approval. The mixtape title is centered around Peezy’s feeling that his generation doesn’t have OG’s like they used to and that there’s a lack of education being passed down to the youth on how to navigate life and make better choices. Through his music, Peezy touches on the lessons he’s learned the hard way and even some of the current trials and tribulations he’s currently working through every day.
Seddy Hendrinx bobs and weaves between moments of unfiltered emotion, upbeat elation, and undeniable excitement. Through flaunting unmatched unpredictability, the Duval County rapper and singer presents a slick signature style unlike anything else in the game. He asserts himself as a dynamic and diverse disruptor whose uncanny melodic sensibility matches his unbridled intensity. Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, music always spoke to Seddy. He immersed himself in records by Tupac, Lauryn Hill, André 3000, DMX, Future, and Erykah Badu. While dying from a gunshot wound, his best friend Johnell urged Seddy to “Ball out for me.” So, Seddy picked up a microphone and did just that. Making waves on Soundcloud, he unleashed music at a prolific pace with projects such as The Roots, Just Cause EP, Death B4 Dishonor: Loyalty Over Everything, Roots II, and B.H.D. (Black Hearted Demon). However, he leveled up on 2020’s Sayless powered by collaborations a la “Plus 10” [feat. Jack Harlow], “Run It Up” [feat. G Herbo], and “45” [feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie]. In addition to plugs from REVOLT, Respect, and more, Earmilk raved, “Hendrinx has quickly become a creative force to be reckoned with, releasing a series of superb albums including Sayless and Roots II.” After racking up tens of millions of streams and views, he perfects this vision on his 2022 mixtape, Well Sed [Generation Now/Atlantic Records].