At the end of this week, Alabama street-rap champion OMB Peezy will release his new studio album, Preacher to the Streets. Now, with just few days to go until that LP arrives, Peezy is serving up a new visual for his collaborative Preacher to the Streets single with Sada Baby, “One Me.” Notably, OMB Peezy and Sada Baby’s “One Me” video was directed by Michelle Parker, while the song itself was produced by Detroit super-producer Helluva.
“I like struggle music, I grew up listening to struggle music. I like shit I can relate to. I couldn’t relate to having no motherf*cking chains and diamonds and shit when I was coming up — everybody can’t get that shit. I’d rather rap about what everybody goes through rather than what some people get,” OMB Peezy explained to 106.1 KMEL in summer of last year, sharing some insight into what influences the themes and content of his verses. “Only some people can be hopping out of Bentleys, but everybody has them struggles.”
You can take a look at the new music video for OMB Peezy and Sada Baby’s new collaborative single “On Me” above. OMB Peezy’s Preacher to the Streets is scheduled to see release this Friday, April 26, and you can check out its tracklist below.
For more collaborations involving Sada Baby, revisit FMB DZ and Sada Baby’s recent “APE DRIP” music video.
— OMB PEEZY (@omb_peezy) April 23, 2019