Lu Peez is a Bay Area artist from Pittsburg that properly represents the hyphy beat selection and cutthroat flow the area has made infamous. In the past, Lu’s made appearances on BET’s 106 & Park Freestyle Fridays and showed his organic talent for freestyling. Back on March 3rd, he let loose a murderous collection of cuts under the name Danger Zone. One of the leading hard-hitting tracks off the project is “Gang” featuring Boi Zany and Lil Vail. The whole project is a slew of collaborations between the three artists and Bo Swelly.
Lu Peez is no stranger to the game, serving as the opening act for artists such as Gucci Mane, The Jacka, Mistah Fab, and more. Since initially releasing music back in 2010, Peez has since built a substantial catalog. Danger Zone is his fourth full-length project to date. He’s also put out one official album and three street records that amount to a decade of applying pressure.
“Gang” is a banger that perfectly exemplifies the vibes that Peez presents us with his Danger Zone project. Sitting at track number six out seven, it rounds out the album nicely. Combining forces with Boi Zany and Lil Vail, the track is a raucous display of swagger, power, and violent passion.
You get the full effect of the Bay from the wobbly bass and bouncy booms and baps. The ethereal synth leads in the background add to the coldness of the track. Lu Peez and co detail why they’re on their presidential vibes and how no one could phase them.
Lu Peez intends to continue putting his brutal honesty on every track and staying hungry for reaching higher echelons of success. You can tell from his brutal tracks that he’s willing to do whatever is necessary to stake his claim as a Bay Area great. Tap into “Gang” and his Danger Zone project below.
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