Budding Queens Rapper Landleezy Reflects on Loss in New Video for “Believe”
“If you just take a real listen to me, there is no doubt in my mind you will leave saying you ‘Believe in the Lord.’” This is Queens rapper Landleezy’s mission with his upcoming project, entitled “Believe in the Lord,” as he so keenly name-dropped. Only weeks removed from dropping his newest single, the Jim Jones-assisted “More Money,” Landleezy has returned with details about the new project and a music video for his track “Believe.”
Almost a year removed from the first COVID regulations in America, Landleezy is someone who had one of the hardest 2020s of all. After the passing of his mother, father, and grandmother, all in a year, Landleezy felt lost. Realizing he still needed to be present for his family, the Queens rapper took his grief and sorrow and poured it into his art. With “Believe,” Landleezy builds an anthem of hope for anyone who can relate to the loss of a loved one. Its accompanying video pays homage to the family members Landleezy lost himself and all those who are going through what he is.
Building off the groundwork he’s laid with his 2021 singles, Landleezy is prepping the release of “Believe in the Lord” for this spring. While it’s not his debut album, Landleezy shared the project is meant to introduce people to his mission.