Detroit Icewear rapper Vezzo signs with Quality Control Music | Music News | Detroit

Some 15,000 music fans who attended the Pine Knob Music Theater on Saturday for Chris Brown and Lil Baby’s “One Of Them Ones” concert received a surprise. Pierre “P” Thomas, CEO of Atlanta-based label Quality Control Music, presented Detroit Icewear emcee Vezzo with a diamond-encrusted QC chain and welcomed him to the label’s roster.

The official announcement comes after months of speculation that Icewear Vezzo has teamed up with QC. Dressed in white with a sky blue Avirex jacket, Icewear held the channel triumphantly to the crowd as the notes of his hit, “Up the Scoe”, played in the background.

Quality Control is also the home of artists Baby Money (Detroit), Migos, Lil Baby and City Girls.

In 2018, Icewear Vezzo became the first Detroit rapper to sign with Motown, but the deal didn’t last long.

“You follow so many rules and so much red tape,” he said. said in an interview last year. “This shit gave me anxiety. Fuck this shit. I’d rather do this shit on my own.”

Icewear Vezzo’s latest album Rich in 3 pints was released under his Iced Up Records label on July 21.

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