Ohgeesy Biography

Alejandro Coranza, professionally known as Ohgeesy, is an American rapper. Check out this biography to know about his birthday, childhood, family life, achievements, and fun facts about him.

Ohgeesy
Quick Facts

Birthday: November 27, 1993

Nationality: American

Famous: Rappers American Men

Age: 26 Years, 26 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Sagittarius

Also Known As: Alejandro Coranza

Born in: Los Angeles, California

Famous as: Rapper

Family:

children: Juelz, Juelz Coranza

U.S. State: California

City: Los Angeles

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Ohgeesy is an American rapper known for being a member of the hip-hop group Shoreline Mafia, the other members being Fenix, Master Kato and Rob Vicious. Currently signed to Atlantic Records, the group is known for releasing a number of hit songs including "Bottle Service”, "Nun Major” and "Whass Da Deal". Born in California, Ohgeesy grew up listening to Gucci Mane and 50 Cent. He developed a passion for rapping at a tender age and decided to pursue it as a profession. He kicked off his music career via SoundCloud and eventually formed Shoreline Mafia. Today, Ohgeesy and his hip-hop group are widely known in the rap scene. He has also performed with many renowned artists like DJ Snake and Future. He calls himself “a momma’s boy,” and is a father of one.

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Ohgeesy
Career
  • Ohgeesy met his future collaborator Fenix in 2012 while doing graffiti. The two began sharing their music on SoundCloud with their initial tracks including “Vice City”, “Tommy by Tha Gucci”, “Home Invasion” and “In Tha Field”. In 2014, they were joined by Master Kato and Rob Vicious. Over the next few years, the squad released a number of songs, the most notable ones being “Like Me”, “Hunned Pacc”, “Xanpagne” and “Boofd Out”. Despite recording several tracks and giving performances at shows, they did not get an identity until 2016 when their group Shoreline Mafia was officially formed.
  • In 2017, Ohgeesy and his boys came up with their debut mixtape titled ‘ShoreLineDoThatShit’ which featured the tracks "Musty”, "Bottle Service”, "Nun Major”, “Whass Da Deal”, “Spaceship” and “Serve a Boat”. The single “Musty” produced by Ron-Ron became a massive hit on various social media platforms. Till date, it has earned more than 21 million plays on SoundCloud. Its accompanying music video has garnered over 6 million views on YouTube. In December that year, the boys performed on stage at California’s Rolling Loud Festival.
  • In the spring of 2018, Ohgeesy and his group embarked on their "Off the Xtras" (OTX) tour. In May, they were signed to Atlantic Records. Later that month, they headlined their "Still OTX" tour, performing at Miami’s Rolling Loud Festival and later at New York’s Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival. In June that year, they were featured on Ron-Ron and Friends’ mixtape. A month later, Shoreline Mafia launched their mixtape “Traplantic”. This was followed by a 4-track EP titled ‘Party Pack’ that spawned the hit tracks “Foreign”, “Pop up”, “Boot It Up” and “Bussin”, all of which have been played millions of times on various social media platforms. In the fall of 2018, the group kicked off their "Only the Xclusives" tour. OhGeesy collaborated with BandGang Lonnie Bands for the track “Homicide”. The singer has also been featured on the singles “Da Move” and “Heavy”.
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Family & Personal Life
  • Ohgeesy was born as Alejandro Coranza on November 27, 1993 in Los Angeles, California, USA. In March 2019, he became a father for the first time, to a son named Juelz.
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Last Updated
- May 24, 2019

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