Leezy Da God, Beware of da Vultures


First falling in love with music during the mid 80’s and influenced by NWA, LL Cool J, Run DMC, and Big Daddy Kane, Abbeville, Louisiana native Daunell Perro, Leezy Da God, got his musical start with a group named Krucial Lovers. The group soon became known as Krucial Posse and consisted of Baby J, G Smooth, Big Vale, and King B. With local success a deal with Epic Records was earned, but due to lack of experience the deal was dissolved.

Not one to be halted by discouragement, Leezy Da God moved to Palmdale, California along with Big Vale where they signed a small production deal with Double Q Records headed by James Callis. After a trying battle with diabetes, Callis passed away leaving the two artists without a label. Determined to gain success and to establish himself in the industry, Leezy Da God teamed up with close friends who have become business partners to pursue a common goal.

Waiting on deck for release is the Beware of da Vultures Vol. 2 project that features the banging singles Bleed Da Block featuring 3-2 the Governor, Greenlight featuring Wu Gang, and 24 featuring Capt. Pikes. Two music videos have also finished production and are getting polished for release. With a host of followers on all major social media platforms, Leezy Da God’s camp has the right sound, swagger, and attitude to make a lasting impression for years to come.

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