Published: February 2, 2022

Last Updated: November 29, 2023

Doe Boy Gets Active On New ‘Oh Really’ LP

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Doe Boy is bringing the heat on his long-awaited album OH REALLY. The 19-track LP features exciting guest appearances from Rowdy Rebel, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Uzi Vert, and many more. Doe Beezy’s growth as an artist since Demons R Us with multi-platinum producer Southside is impeccable. The hard-hitting production mixed with his signature menacing style creates an intense but fun listening experience.

This album is more is exciting because it is the first time we have seen Doe reach outside his comfort zone. After track 8, he slows it down with songs like “REAL RECOGNIZE REAL” with Roddy Ricch and the Ty Dolla $ign assisted thug love anthem “CRY FOR ME.” Although it is new to fans, this softer side of Doe Boy is welcomed because he stays true to his character on each ballad.

Doe Boy Is here to stay!

OH REALLY, Album Cover

Freebandz/Epic Records own Doe Boy is highly respected in the music industry. His new LP has the perfect balance of features. Listeners can rarely hear new talent with the industry’s top-selling acts on the same project. The Nardo Wick & G Herbo assisted “OPP PARTY” is a certified banger that will have every club jumping across the country. Moreover, the Cleveland rapper also stamps his midwest ties with impressive verses from 42 Dugg and Babyface Ray. Both “AIN’T MY FAULT” and “ONNA HOOD” have exciting visuals that combined for over 1.7 Million views. OH REALLY is a storyteller for the trenches. His autobiographical rap style is electric. The 53-minute LP serves as the perfect playlist for any workout or pre-game situation.

Check out the LeBron James-approved LP from Doe Boy ahead of NBA All-Star Weekend in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, here today!