Wesley Modest, a.ka. Peezy P Reallae is an American rapper from South Florida. Peezy P is 1 out of 10 children and while his parents are deceased, he still has his Grandmother. At the age of 17, Peezy P decided to start his music career; his love for music gives him the ambition that he needs to keep moving.
Peezy P has been influenced by artists such as Eminem, Lil Wayne, Kanye West and Jay-Z. He states that his toughest challenge is to get his music on the major mainstream radio stations. Peezy P’s style consists of freestyling and getting on aggressive beats because it makes his delivery harder.
“Amen” off the album “Clown City”, has me respecting Peezy P as he takes us on a journey through his hard walk in life, from the hustling and the violence, to his talking with the Lord and relying on his Grandma. “My Grandma go to Church faithfully, she say she’d pray for me, Only God can judge me so who cares what they say about me,” he raps while you, the voyeur, sees everything, from his pains to his joys and many lessons of the misunderstandings and understandings in life.
I really like Peezy P’s voice too. His urgent and rough delivery puts him a cut above the competition. He has an uncanny ability to basically ride any beat whatsoever. He can change his flow many times in the same verse and not make the song sound trashy or overdone.
Peezy P’s coming-from-the-heart style and saying what he feels just caught me as a listener and is sure to catch others as well. The content of his songs, for the most part are deep and intelligent, even though the large majority are freestyling. I sense that there is quite a bit of substance to the man.
Of course, the production on “Amen” is superb, but it is Peezy P ’s rap style and content that is in full force here. His turn of phrase and inflection on some parts of the song is simply outstanding. Peezy P Reallae will definitely be climbing the ranks and staying there for a long time if he keeps turning out songs of this caliber!