In 2021, Vezzo was featured in "Captain Crunch" off of Trippie Redd's Trip At Knight. The song also featured the likes of Sada Baby and Babyface Ray. The song quickly gained traction, gaining over three million streams. Additionally, Vezzo hopped on "Up The Sco" with Chicago's Lil Durk. Throughout the years, Vezzo has continuously delivered on his projects and collaborations with fellow Detroit artists. These consistent collaborations are helping contribute to the success of Icewear Vezzo.
Since the release of The Clarity in 2013, Vezzo has released seventeen additional mixtapes and albums. One major contributing factor of these long-form releases is that The Clarity is a hexalogy, containing a staggering number of songs totaling over one hundred, roughly 18 songs per mixtape. The embodiment of Vezzo's grind is a testament to what an artist can accomplish with pure persistence alone.
As far as talent goes, Vezzo's unique sound and street lyrics catch the listener's ears for its authenticity. If this wasn't evident with Vezzo's past releases, it sure is with his latest album Rich Off Pints. The eighteen-track project contains features from EST Gee, Trippie Redd, Lil Yatchy, Dreezy, and a lot more. This album pays homage to Detroit, with Vezzo preaching about the adversity he overcame to get where he is now.
The project's standout song "Choppy Talk" is an exemplary track for songwriting and delivery. Vezzo sets the tone instantly with the chorus at the beginning of the song. Vezzo spits, "I'm a lean sippin', pill poppin', dread-headed real rasta. Chopper, shooter, hitter, they gon' have to find real doctors. Got my nephew with me, he just wanna rob and kill something." This catchy articulation and unique rhyming style sets this track apart and can be found throughout the album. Be sure to check out the music video below.