RESPECT. Premiere: Saint Louis Native Desi Dezz is as Based as Possible in “DeBo”

Desi Dezz first caught attention when his song “Cash Out” appeared on HipHopDX last year. Now, he returns with a new song titled “DeBo.”

The song is an ode of vibrant lyrics and catchy hip beats with a hint of based god. The video starts off with an awkward semi-acting opening scene where a friend suggests to him to not drink an energy drink as he lays out his marijuana on the table (perhaps for balling up?). Which quickly transitions into “DeBO” and Desi Dezz doing his thing at various locations whilst singing into the camera going by his day.

“My main mission in life is to help young individuals going through the struggle with better opportunities.”

You could say music was his second love. Desi used getting cut from a basketball team, as motivation to take his music serious. Raised on a rough side of town by a single mother, Desi was determined to make a better life for himself and others around him. In 2015, Dezz made a Youtube video with graphic images of himself freestyling at gunpoint. This video started to circulate and slightly boosted his music career. Not too long after he released his first single titled “Cash Out.” It received radio play in Saint Louis and, blogs began to pick up the song, and pointed out it had a “Beasty west coast vibe.’

His entire demeanor is very based god-ish who rap/sings about daily struggles that rise from poverty. Take a listen below.


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