/  01.12.2021


Doe Boy is showing no signs of stopping following a production 2020. Today, the Cleveland emcee teams up with Detroit star Veeze on the single “NCAA,” which sees production from Sledgren and features the hard-hitting street raps that the two artists are well-known for:

“We been taking n***as down like the whole summer, want that shit for free? I don’t care if you got low numbers, name ringing, prolly robbed your favorite dope runner, and that shit was sweet, on God, his ass a whole sucker/

Count check after check, If I lose, I’ll rob the dice game, that why I don’t like to bet, I ain’t even trying to fuck, i’m getting neck after neck, been hittin’ houses just like Santa Clause on Friday After Next/”

“NCAA” is Doe Boy’s newest track since his holiday releases “Mini Draco” and “Covid-19,” the latter of which officially landed on streaming platforms earlier this month. Meanwhile, Veeze dropped his last two singles, “Hitler” and “Law & Order,” in May and September, respectively. Veeze’s latest body of work, Wavy Navy, made landfall back in 2019.

Doe Boy blessed us with two projects last year — the DJ Esco-hosted mixtape 56 Birdz and the highly rated album Demons R Us, a collaborative effort with Atlanta producer Southside that boasted 19 tracks and additional appearances from Trippie Redd, Lil Uzi Vert, Future, Chief Keef, Young Nudy, Swae Lee, 42 Dugg, and Babyface Ray. He also graced the world with several different visuals from both projects for “Primetime,” “Broken Promises,” “Pop It,” “Yessirski,” “Tweakin,” “Yesterday,” “Bussin,” and more. The Freebandz rapper could also be found on other songs like Dave East’s “Said What I Said,” Icewear Vezzo’s “Belt Buckle,” and Trippie’s own “Kid That Didd.”

Press play on Doe Boy and Veeze’s “NCAA” below. Hopefully, both artists will deliver plenty more heat in 2021.

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