The Ghetto Tour

Tuesday, January 30, 2024 at 8pm
The Rave/Eagles Club

The rapper, investor, neighborhood philanthropist, and Boyz Entertainment Record Label Founder, Peezy is the Godfather of his city’s buzzing rap scene and an industry mogul who’s played an influential role in  the rise of Detroit. As a member of Detroit's local and legendary Team Eastside, alongside other stars like  Babyface Ray and Damedot, Peezy helped to lay the groundwork for Detroit Street Rap and its current  global dominance. Along with other artist collectives like the Doughboyz Cashout crew, Peezy and Team  Eastside were pivotal in the unification of Detroit’s Hip-Hop community, putting their differences aside to  help to propel their scene’s meteoric rise to the national level. Consistently rapping with an icy, unaffected,  and cool demeanor, Peezy spins detailed stories from the streets of Detroit with clever one-liners and  sobering truths about the highs and lows of his fast-paced lifestyle. These characteristics resulted in Peezy landing his first mainstream hit last year, with the release of his summer anthem, “2 Million Up” (125M+  Streams) which peaked at No. 8 on Billboard’s Hip-Hop Chart. His years of experience make Peezy an  undeniable oracle for Detroit, with his songs not only vividly recounting past events, but also simultaneously  looking forward towards the future of his beloved city.

 Growing up on Detroit’s east side and listening to legendary artists from the Golden era of Hip-Hop like Ice  Cube & 2Pac, Peezy knew from the moment he penned his first 16-bar verse that Rap was his path forward.  Although Peezy began releasing music as early as 2012, it wasn’t until his 2016 MudMuzik mixtape series  caught fire around the city that his locally-praised name & music began to be recognized as a mainstay in  modern Hip-Hop.

 Continuing with his singularly-focused No Hook series in 2018 where he flaunted his technical rap prowess  without the reliance on catchy choruses, Peezy gradually gained momentum until legal troubles began to  catch up with him in 2019. Right as the Detroit Rap scene which he helped to cultivate began exploding in  popularity, Peezy was forced into incarceration for two years. Despite being locked up though, he continued  to drop new music and keep his foot on the gas with his 2021 mixtape, Free Rio which featured notable  tracks like “Build A Bear” (40M Streams) & “Perc 10” (15M Streams).

  • This is an all ages show
  • This is a general admission (standing) show
  • For ADA Seating, call 414-342-7283
  • Box office open until end of show

  • Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Credit/Debit cards accepted at all bars
  • ATMs available
  • Hand Sanitizer Stations available
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