Obeah returns with a poignant record titled “PizzaGate” which showcases his off-the-cuff lyrics and off-kilter concepts. He details his thoughts on the capitalistic system and the absurdity of modern-day society. The weird production comes from rising producer Types who crafts a pretty eclectic backdrop.


A refreshing voice in hip hop, Obeah is an MC whose stylings are a unique showcase of language and delivery. Hailing from Atlanta, his lyrical style is steeped in Southern culture with healthy doses of social commentary and soul delving introspection. Never one to shy away from lending his voice to artistic expression, Obeah has lived the vast influence of hip hop across genres and cultures. From touring the world with Public Enemy under the tutelage of legend Chuck D after signing to his Spit Slam imprint, to keeping heads moving in the electronic scene with Daily Bread, bringing political issues to the forefront of the scene with WAKE, and pushing boundaries with experimental outfit The Difference Machine, this seasoned artist has always followed his purpose: to illuminate through music. With two decades of wisdom garnered in the independent hip hop scene, Obeah is poised to take his poetic prowess to the people with a renewed focus on his solo efforts.


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