Just last week, Doodie Lo unveiled his Big Doodie Lo album. The project boasts 15 tracks and includes features from names like Lil Durk, Pooh Shiesty, Yung Mal, Big 30, and the late King Von. To enhance the big drop, Lo linked up with Moneybagg Yo to deliver the official visual for their “Don’t Worry” collab track. On the song, Doodie takes the first verse as he raps about the importance of loyalty:
I can’t take no more of this shit, this shit is hurtin’ me/ Fightin’ demons in my sleep, I’m hopin’ they don’t murder me, loyal to the bone, half of these n***as don’t deserve me/ Remember them days when you fucked with me, you curved me
Sip, sip dirty I’m talkin’, you ain’t heard me/ They know that I’m worthy, if I love you, just don’t worry/ Sip, sip dirty, I’m talkin’, you ain’t heard me/ They know that I’m worthy If I love you, just don’t worry
Preceding the full release of the new project, Doodie Lo prepped fans by dropping of singles like “Brudda Shit,” “Bodies” featuring Pooh Shiesty, and the album’s title track. He also joined Lil Vee for the official remix of “Big Ole.”
Back in April, the Memphis star Moneybagg released his fourth studio LP A Gangsta’s Pain, which contains 22 tracks with additional assists from Kaash Paige, BIG30, Future, Tripstar, Polo G, Lil Durk, Jhené Aiko, and Pharrell Williams. The project quickly became a commercial success, landing Moneybagg his first number one placement on the Billboard 200 thanks to 110,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. The album also returned to the top of that chart in its third week.
Be sure to press play on Doodie Lo’s brand new music video for “Don’t Worry” featuring Moneybagg Yo down below.