Doe Boy and Southside deliver new album ‘Demons R Us’
Doe Beezy connects with Southside for some audible heat.
Doe Boy has had a pretty solid career thus far to say the least. From his initial project Boyz N Da Hood (with Lex Luger) back in 2012 until today, the Cleveland rapper has elevated in more ways than not over the last six years. Signing with Future’s Freeband Gang imprint that same year, it was inevitable that Doe Beezy was going to start his takeoff sooner than later. Southside, on the other hand, has been a striking force in the music industry for past decade by creating some timeless hits with Gucci Mane, Future, Waka Flocka, Jay-Z, Kanye West and many more! His 808 Mafia imprint (created with Lex Luger) is one of the most well respected entities in Hip Hop and it won’t stop any time soon.
Today, Doe Boy and Sizzle stepped up to the plate to deliver their highly anticipated joint album Demons R Us.
According to Doe Boy himself, this is the biggest album of his career (so far, little does he know) and judging from the sound of it, he isn’t lying one bit. The chemistry between he and Southside is a unique one where they both compliment each other’s sound and style to a tee. The heavy-hitting 808’s and gratifying synths intertwine with Doe Boy’s braggadocious yet infectious flows/hooks perfectly and it’s almost impossible to NOT want a good number of these records on repeat.
In a recent sit-down with Billboard, the FBG rapper spoke on how he and the 808 Mafia front-man linked up for the project:
“This project been overdue. Me and him been rocking with each other since I was like 15. I just finally decided to actually pull up on him and get it done. We recorded it in like a week.”
Demons R Us features some prominent features from the likes of Lil Uzi Vert, Chief Keef, Future, Trippie Redd, Swae Lee, Young Nudy 42 Dugg, and BabyFaceRay. It goes without being said that this is certainly his project to date and needs all the recognition it deserves.
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