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On the heels of the Geezyworld Tour, OhGeesy has been back in the lab whippin’ up new music to follow up his solo album, Geezyworld. The debut album exceeded expectations and solidified OhGeesy’s presence in the game as a one-man act. He’s been up to big things: releasing his debut album to critical acclaim, selling out shows across the country as a soloist, and pumping out high-profile collaborations with the likes of YG, DaBaby, Central Cee, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. He’s accomplished so much in just a couple of years, and it was time to celebrate on 11/25/2022. Being his birthday weekend, OhGeesy decided to do it big. He dropped the song and accompanying visual for “Gallery” exclusively on YouTube at 12 PM and followed it up that night with his official birthday party hosted at The Vermont in Hollywood, California to celebrate.

Warming up the crowd on the ones and twos was DJ Vision (who also supported the Geezyworld Tour). Playing trap banger after trap banger, DJ Vision kept the party people going. Unlike many other clubs, The Vermont felt more like a traditional concert venue with a big stage up front. As the crowd grew larger, you could feel the energy in the crowd increase. Sporadic mosh pits would break out and waves of energy would ripple through the crowd. Donned in all white from his hat to his shoes, OhGeesy commanded the room with a bottle of 1942 in one hand and the mic in the other. Weaving in and out of DJ Vision’s set, OhGeesy played a few of his Shoreline Mafia classics like "Nun Major", "Musty", and "Change Ya Life". Fueled by the alcohol, the event transitioned from a club appearance to a full-blown concert. I was a little apprehensive seeing OhGeesy in this format, but he didn’t disappoint anyone who showed up to see him rap. It’s not every day you get to see an artist in their element celebrating with their friends and then rap/perform for love of it as well. There was a different fun kind of energy in the air that’s not found at more traditional concerts. It looked like everyone was having fun, including OhGeesy.

OhGeesy didn’t technically have to perform that night, but he did because he knew everyone in the building wanted to see him rap. It was special. He gave us a flashback of the Geezyworld Tour and a glimpse into the future at the highly anticipated Red Cup Tour with YG in early 2023. There are few people who put on for Los Angeles like OhGeesy, and he must be protected at all costs. Grab your tickets see him on The Red Cup Tour with YG; happy birthday, OhGeesy.


Kris Kuganathan

Photojournalist - Orange County

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