Amir Obe (Phreshy Duzit) Songs

Amir Obe (Phreshy Duzit) Songs

No Peace
No Peace
Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
On March's Won't Find Love in the Hills EP, Amir Obe confidently honed in on a late-night, love-drunk sound. His melodic flows are familiar, though his all-out confessions are startling and refreshing. The Detroit rapper/singer is now back with a new track, "No Peace," his first release since the EP, aside from guesting on Stwo's "Fill the Void" last month. The new song is produced by NYLZ, a frequent collaborator of Obe's. 
Fill The Void
Fill The Void
Stwo Feat. Amir Obe  & Daniel Caesar
HOTTTTT
Stwo is a French producer who developed a huge online following due to his lush electronic remixes of hip-hop and R&B tracks as well as his own bedroom-meets-club instrumentals. Last year, he moved from his native Paris to Toronto to work under OVO 40.
One Night Thing
One Night Thing
Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
In the past few months, Detroit rapper Amir Obe has dropped off two EPs, December's Happening in the Grey Area and Won't Find Love in the Hills, released this past week. The latter EP is just three tracks, including the previously released "Before the Vomit," which will likely soon become Obe's biggest hit, but the other two are not to be slept on, especially "One Night Thing." 
Before The Vomit
Before The Vomit
Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
Detroit OVO affiliate Amir Obe drops another new track, coming less than two weeks after his collab with Toronto rapper Jimmy Prime. His latest, "Before the Vomit," is a "drunken freestyle," but with new production from OZ, and plenty of raw emotion from Obe, it's certainly worth your attention. 
Owe Me
Owe Me
Jimmy Prime & Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
Amir Obe blessed fans with a new EP in December, Happening In The Grey Area, which he later followed up with a bonus record or two. Today the Detroit native connects with a Toronto rapper for "Owe Me." The connection isn't too far off, Amir previously worked with Drake, as did Jimmy Prime-- so we're getting to see the two similar artists merge their sounds here. 
Kill Your Pride
Kill Your Pride
Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
A couple of weeks back, Amir Obe surprised fans with the roll out of a new EP, Happening in the Grey Area. The Detroit native announced the EP a day before its release, and came correct with eleven new tracks produced by NYLZ, Daniel Worthy and a few others. Today Amir returns with a bonus cut off Happening in the Grey Area, another NYLZ-produced record, "Kill Your Pride." It definitely keeps the feel and the sound of the EP alive, with murky production punctuated by a squeaky mechanical noise.
Truth For You
Truth For You
Amir Obe Feat. PartyNextDoor
VERY HOTTTTT
Here goes a new collaboration between Amir Obe and PARTYNEXTDOOR, one officially signed to OVO, and one seems to be flirting with the idea of joining OVO. We heard the two connect on PND's own record, "I'm Good," back in September.
Four Seasons Freestyle
Four Seasons Freestyle
Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
Amir Obe's new record is called "Four Seasons," but it's hard not to think of anything other than winter when you listen to his latest. The cold months are soon approaching, and Obe's claustrophobic sounds play best during that stretch. It's a similar feel to the music coming out of Toronto over the last few years, a city known for its unforgiving frigidness. Thus, it's no surprise Obe has earned the sought after Drake co-sign.
I'm Good
I'm Good
PartyNextDoor Feat. Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
It was a pretty special edition of OVO Sound Radio today, as label co-founder Oliver El-Khatib decided to play two huge unreleased gems during his set. "I'm Good" doesn't quite match the hype of Drake's remix of The Weeknd's "Tell Your Friends," but the Amir Obe x PartyNextDoor collab is still a must listen. 
Say No More
Say No More
Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
We've been a supporter of Amir Obe back when he was going by Phreshy Duzit, but as of late, the Detroit native has definitely come into his own. Not only did transitioning from Phreshy to Amir elicit a refreshing change in his sound (as we heard on his last mixtape Detrooklyn), he's opened more doors, namely the OVO door.
Just Know
Just Know
Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
These days there isn't really a stronger co-sign than Drake, and Amir Obè is one of the lucky few who's earned it. While he hasn't been graced with a verse the way Fetty Wap and Makonnen have, he got the nect best thing when Drizzy premiered his record, "Just Know," on OVO Radio this weekend.
On A Ride
On A Ride
Amir Obe
VERY HOTTTTT
Yesterday, we featured five dope tracks that Drake played in the second episode of his OVO Sound Radio, specifically wanting to highlight Amir Obe's "Jus Know." The song wasn't available on his SoundCloud at the time, however now the rapper has uploaded that song plus two others. Among the two others, we get "On A Ride," produced by Amir's frequent collaborator NYLZ.
Drugs & Cam'ron
Drugs & Cam'ron
Amir Obe
EXCLUSIVE
Today we're excited to bring you the latest from Amir Obé, a track entitled 'Drugs & Cam'ron." Sampling the female hook from Cam's "Killa Cam," this track adds druggy swathes of reverb to live up to its title. Singing in auto-tune, Amir Obé invites the ladies to "come smoke with a killer," and from the zooted-out sound of "Drugs & Cam'ron," it's clear that his stash is the loudest. The track's production is very intriguing, weaving in different bite-sized samples to create an almost collage-like effect.
Hennessy Breath
Hennessy Breath
Amir Obe
HOTTTTT
Last year we premiered a new record from Amir Obe (formerly Phreshy Duzit), the experimental, vocally manipulative "9 Milli".The rapper is currently preparing his new mixtape, Detrooklyn, and today shares a new track from the effort, Titled "Hennessy Breath". The new offering shares the same lush, synthetic production we've come to expect from Amir, with cleaner, single-tracked vocals.
9 Milli
9 Milli
Amir Obe
CONTEST
We've teamed up with Amir Obe, the rapper formerly known as Phreshy Duzit, to not only premiere his latest record "9 Milli" but to do a contest for the track as well. 
Jay Z, Kanye, Esco
Jay Z, Kanye, Esco
Amir Obe
HOTTTTT
For those unfamiliar, Amir Obé is an emerging emcee formerly known as Phreshy Duzit, born in Brooklyn and raised in Detroit. "Jay Z, Kanye, Esco" is a new single from his upcoming Detrooklyn mixtape, soundtracked by Detroit producer NYLZ.  The track finds Obé discussing the effect Jay Z, Kanye West and Nas have had on his artistry and life in general. Can you relate?
Detroit Cartier
Detroit Cartier
Amir Obe
HOTTTTT
Bump Detroit Cartier (Prod. By Nylz), the latest cut from Phreshy Duzit. It was released on Thursday, July 18th, 2013. Things are improving for Phreshy Duzit with each new offering, and Detroit Cartier (Prod. By Nylz) is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Phreshy Duzit's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
Feel It
Feel It
Amir Obe
HOTTTTT
Stream Feel It (Prod. by Vinylz & Nylz), the newest drop from Phreshy Duzit. The cut was released on Monday, March 25th, 2013. Phreshy Duzit continues to impress with each new leak, and Feel It (Prod. by Vinylz & Nylz) is no exception. It's strengthens Phreshy Duzit's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Phreshy Duzit's next offering.
Hoes Down
Hoes Down
Amir Obe Feat. Emilio Rojas
HOTTTTT
Bump Hoes Down (Prod by NYLZ), the latest cut from Phreshy Duzit featuring Emilio Rojas on the assist. It was released on Thursday, March 7th, 2013. Things are improving for Phreshy Duzit with each new offering, and Hoes Down (Prod by NYLZ) is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Phreshy Duzit's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
GangSigns
GangSigns
Amir Obe Feat. Rich Flyer
HOTTTTT
Check out GangSigns, the latest track from Phreshy Duzit, featuring Rich Flyer (Prod. by Daniel Worthy) which dropped on Tuesday, January 15th, 2013. Phreshy Duzit's movement grows stronger with each new release, and GangSigns has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Phreshy Duzit has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Phreshy Duzit has on deck.