/  12.29.2020

After teaming up with Southside to release one of this year’s best bodies of work, Doe Boy decided to bless his fans with some new music before 2021 arrives. This month, he drops off two new cuts titled “COVID-19” and “Mini Draco,” both of which contains the dark, brooding rhymes and hard-hitting production that Doe Boy has become known for.

“COVID-19” is produced by super producer Tay Keith and sees the Cleveland rapper unbothered about the current pandemic — something is also makes clear in the song’s accompanying visual:

“Hopped in the streets, jumped in head first, we don’t shoot below the waist, bitch, we shoot head first, I don’t have no money problems ‘cause I put the bands first, only problems that I got is who I want dead first/

Fuck a COVID-19, I’m still outside with a Glock 19, I got cake all in my pockets, neck full of ice cream, all yo’ hoes dying n***a, you ain’t on the right team…/”

“Mini Draco” takes a slightly different turn from a production standpoint and flips Usher’s classic cut “Nice & Slow” in a way similar to O.T. Genasis’ more humorous cover of Keyshia Cole’s “Never Knew.” The music video for the track even takes on a more lighthearted feel, showing Doe Boy and his crew hanging around at holiday-themed spots in Cleveland and dancing with other passers-by throughout.

Last month, Doe Boy and Southside dropped their joint album Demons R Us, which saw 19 tracks and additional appearances from Trippie Redd, Lil Uzi Vert, Swae Lee, 42 Dugg, Chief Keef, Young Nudy, Future, and more. Demons R Us proved to be one of the most solid hip hop projects this year — even earning recognition from the likes of Drake, Meek Mill, and Lil Baby.

Press play on both “COVID-19” and “Mini Draco” below.


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