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Doe Boy and Babyface Ray turn up in “Walk Down Again” visual

The collaboration sees production from DJ Spinz.

Doe Boy and Babyface Ray
Doe Boy and Babyface Ray
Video screenshot/Guapruns

Doe Boy isn’t stopping his forward movement in the new year. Today, the Cleveland star drops off a new visual for “Walk Down Again,” a presumed sequel to last year’s “Walk Down” that features Detroit’s own Babyface Ray and sees production from DJ Spinz. As with its predecessor, Doe Boy keeps things very street over the eardrum-breaking soundtrack:

“Wake up, get geeked, might walk down an opp’s street, six feet deep, where I’m tryna see an opp be, n***as ain’t street, he run to the ‘gram and block me, know they cost a bag, ever sees them shits on my feet/”

The video is directed by Guapruns and is mainly centered around Doe Boy, Babyface Ray, and their respective cohorts crashing and then taking over some white family’s gathering, complete with an abundance of liquor and guns. The rappers can also be spotted performing the track and having fun in a park presumably nearby.

2020 was definitely Doe Boy season — especially after the release of his and Southside’s joint effort Demons R Us, which boasted 19 tracks and additional assists from Lil Uzi Vert, Trippie Redd, Swae Lee, 42 Dugg, Young Nudy, Chief Keef, Freebandz head honcho Future, and more. Months prior to Demons R Us’ release, Doe Boy teamed up with DJ Esco for the nine-track offering 56 Birdz.

In a past interview with REVOLT, Doe Boy spoke on how he connected with Future and the Freebandz imprint:

“I caught him at the right time...I wanted to be a part of what he had going on. I wanted to be a part of his brand.”

Press play on Doe Boy and Babyface Ray’s “Walk Down Again” video below. For those that missed it, you can also catch two other recently released dope clips for “COVID-19” and “Mini Draco” here.

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