Icewear Vezzo is one of the hottest independent artists in the industry right now. Furthermore, his status in Detroit is cemented, and he is taking his talents to the rest of the world. After turning up his clout with smash singles with Lil Durk & Future, he is back with a solo single. Moreover, the new visual for “Chamber Brothers” is an ode to some Motor City street legends. His new single is come off his upcoming Rich Off Pints 2 mixtape! “Chamber Brothers” might be produced by legendary Bay Area producers The Mekanix, but the content is all Detroit – 80s Detroit, to be specific. Rapping, “selling crack like it’s the 80s with the Chamber Brothers,” Icewear Vezzo hits us with his signature street musings and some Detroit history. In the video, Vezzo is cruising in his drop-top foreigns around his city.
Icewear Vezzo Is Not Playing Around This Time Around
He is respected from The A to The Bay and everywhere in between. Moreover, Icewear Vezzo helped build the Detroit rap scene into the flourishing behemoth it is today. Since releasing his first mixtape, The Clarity, in 2013, Vezzo built a large and loyal fanbase in The Mitten and beyond, feeding the streets and his 131k YouTube subscribers with high-quality releases and representing Detroit on tracks by Big Sean, G Herbo, Drakeo The Ruler, DJ Mustard, Zaytoven, and many others. Furthermore, the 31-year-old artist frequently collaborates with other major figures in the Detroit scene, including Peezy and Babyface Ray, who he featured on his street hit –in just the past two years, Vezzo made waves with songs like “Meg Thee Stallion” ft. Babyface Ray, G.T. & Veeze, “The Sit-Down” ft. Babyface Ray, and “Dog Action” ft. Rio Da Yung OG.
Check out the new visual from Icewear Vezzo here today!