Lil' Peazy
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Lil' Peazy

Randallstown, Maryland, United States | SELF

Randallstown, Maryland, United States | SELF
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Big Bangers that are featured on my current mixtape "Never Been Done"

-Rock My Microphone ft. Chris Lundy
-Beamer, Benz or Bentley Mix
-Woman lie Men Lie Mix
-Shakin My Dreadz
-All The Way Turned Up Mix



They say when you find a job you love; you’ll never have to work a day in your life. If that’s true, metaphorically speaking Lil Peazy is happily unemployed. This Baltimore native states that, “it is a constant struggle for herself and other artist from ‘The Home of the Wire’ to get put-on.” It’s definitely not because they lack passion, skills, or ability to grind; at least not according to this up-and-coming female emcee. Passionately she explains, “I love my city, but we are all so hungry nobody wants to see the next artist surpass them.”
Born Elise Rachelle Bryson, Peazy’s story reads like any typical artist bio. She grew up on the West Side of the city with her parents and younger siblings. Peazy’s love for music manifested itself early deriving from church; where her grandfather is a pastor. It was the church where she first picked up the microphone; instruments quickly followed. Under the guidance of her father she learned to play the trumpet; that instrument would land her a seat in the school band. Like so many other families in the city Peazy’s home was afflicted by her mother’s drug addiction. Changes in her home life silently constructed an opening for her new direction. She started running the streets and school fell runner-up to the block. At the age of 15 she started writing and rhyming,” I used to play around with different words and industry beats”, she stated. Incorporating the help of her friend Scoot, the Mop & Glow imprint was born.
Like most hip hop artist, Lil Peazy references Lil Wayne, Tupac, Biggie and Mc Lyte as some of her biggest rap influences. But, she is not your average female rapper and has adopted the moniker “Just as I am”, even tatted it across her chest. Her energy and flow are unmatched. Performing at local talent shows and club gigs like 5 Seasons, Black Hole, Club Reality, etc. Baltimore has become familiar with the Lil Peazy sound, but she is on a quest to make her mark as a notable emcee to the rest of the hip hop community. She recently opened for “Queen Bee” Lil Kim at Sonar in Baltimore. The studio is every artist’s home away from home, Peazy is no exception. So stay tuned for the mix tape dropping real soon.