Clocking in at just over half an hour with 11 songs, the project features collaborations with DaBaby, YG, BlueBucksClan, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Moe Faygo and Central Cee.
All of the former members of Shoreline seem to be making smooth transitions into solo careers, with Fenix Flexin dropping his own album last month. Look forward to more individual material from the LA rappers as time goes on.
OhGeesy gears up for debut album ‘GEEZYWORLD’ on ‘Big Bad Wolf’ with YG
OhGeesy has been on a hot streak with singles for his soon-to-be-released debut solo project GEEZYWORLD. With its release day coming up on August 27, he’s got one with YG to hold the fans over.
YG has had a diverse year of releases, featured on projects by H.E.R., Maroon 5 and has been seen in the studio with Lil Yachty. This single marks one of his first hip-hop collaborations of the year and it delivers.
With all of these singles in quick succession, OhGeesy’s project is sure to deliver even more surprises, so keep an ear out for his next effort.
OhGeesy is riding his momentum with new single ‘Secret Service’
Shoreline Mafia’s OhGeesy is prepping his fans for quite the summer release: his debut solo album, GEEZYWORLD. Its single titled “Secret Service,” is complete with a music video treatment as Geesy looks to make a name for himself outside of the Shoreline crew.
Following his former group’s separation, OhGeesy has been flourishing as a solo artist — scoring major placements with Carnage, Tyga, Takeoff, 1takejay and more. His ascension in the rap community has been both quick and decisive since Shoreline had their hits with “Musty” and “Bands”. Most recently, Geesy linked up with DaBaby on his song, “Get Fly”.
He has also been documenting his journey in a YouTube series also titled “GEEZYWORLD”, with Episode 2 dropping last week. The compilation videos feature clips from the studio, tours and day-to-day life with the LA-based rapper.
While OhGeesy looks to begin taking flight as a solo artist, GEEZYWORLD should provide his fans with all they need — asserting that he’s here to stay on his own.