This Friday (November 6), Cleveland-repping and Freebandz-signed artist Doe Boy will team up with super-producer Southside to deliver a new project titled Demons R Us, which will see 19 cuts and features from Trippie Redd, Swae Lee, Young Nudy, Chief Keef, Lil Uzi Vert, and more. Before that day arrives, he drops off a new visual for “Tweakin,” which features Future and sees the two rapping about street subject matter:
“N***a need to stop hidin’, need to start slidin’, n***as said, “It’s smoke,” his n***a died, he started cryin’, go against the bird, that’s when n***as start dyin’, n***as need to stop snitchin’, need to start lyin’/
Rubberband Money Gang, yeah, and we pop s***, I just bought a body, he gon’ die when that deposit hit, don’t care ‘bout no innocent bystanders, they ain’t stop us, thought he was a gangster, choppa turned him to the opposite…/”
The video is straight to the point, with Doe Boy and Future rapping their verses in red lighting, mixed with shots of people tied up and held hostage in what looks like a cathedral, adding to the dark vibes of the song.
Demons R Us will follow the March release 56 Birdz, which Doe Boy released alongside Future’s DJ Esco and acts as a loose sequel to 2015’s 56 Nights. Prior to that, he released both the EP 4 Piece and the mixtape Streets Need Me 2 in 2019, the latter of which saw assists from NoCap, Lil Durk, Mike Epps, Gunna, and more. In that same year, he dropped the Key Glock-assisted “Cash App,” along with the assisted verses on Future’s “100 Shooters” and Young Thug’s “I’m Scared.”
In an interview with DJ Booth, Doe Boy credits Future for the increase in his work ethic:
“Future don’t like it when you lazy… I got in the habit of working because I want it, but he was on my ass, he pushed me to want it.”
Press play on “Tweakin” below.