Throughout the year, Doe Boy has blessed his fans with a steady stream of loose cuts, including “NCAA” with Veeze, “Mr. Postman,” “Lowkey” with Lil Uzi Vert, “Muggin” with Key Glock and Kenny Muney, “Street Nigga Too,” and “Shmurda Talk” with Rowdy Rebel. In addition to that, he drops “2 Glocks (Freestyle),” a flip of 2Pac’s classic All Eyez On Me standout “No More Pain.” Doe Boy’s street-themed subject matter lends itself perfectly to the iBeatz-produced effort:
In the accompanying clip for “2 Glocks (Freestyle),” Doe Beezy rides a carriage, picks up food from street vendors, and takes over the subway while in Manhattan. Additionally, he visits the legendary Quad Studios, a place often referred to as the location of 2Pac’s infamous 1994 video.
Last year, Doe Boy released a pair of albums for his fans to enjoy, beginning with the DJ Esco-benefitted 56 Birdz. A few months later, he would team up with Southside for the critically acclaimed effort Demons R Us, which included 19 tracks plus contributions from Young Nudy, Uzi, Trippie Redd, 42 Dugg, Chief Keef, Babyface Ray, and Freebandz head honcho Future.
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