Rhyme Report

Published on January 25th, 2018 | by 00T456578754920


Freebandz Artist Doe Boy Latest LP No Worries

Cleveland, Ohio is known for it’s cold temperatures and raw street cred.  The harsh realities of The Land can be overwhelming, but only the strongest survive.  The greatest triumph of Cleveland is it’s ability to bounce back.  As they rise from the ashes of economic failures and criminal alternatives, a new wave of artist tell the city’s story.  In a lane with Stalley or MGK, Doe Boy attempts to strangle the game, as his rare talent leaves you breathless.

2018 has been a controversial year for Cleveland.  Not since Ohio native and Legendary athlete Lebron James aside teammates Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, led the NBA Cavaliers to a championship in 2016 which sealed the first sports title in over 30 years. The  same year Major League Baseball’s, Cleveland Indians fell short at the World Series, still the Land  was revived, as a giant in sports. The Rap Game is beginning to follow suit.  However, recent reports show difficulty within the teams chemistry during the last few seasons.  Fortunately, Future’s Freebandz label, doesn’t have problems in-fact they have the perfect chemistry in the lab.

In past years we saw rap greats, Bone Thugs n Harmony, discovered by Gang Icon, Eazy-E, and lesser known artist like Ray Cash, and Kid Cudi attempt to make an imprint on the rap game. Doe Boy has the raw talent of a young Lebron James, entering the league. An exception to most, a dominate beast on the microphone. Freebandz  Future’s affiliate Doe Boy recently released mix-tape, No Worries The title track, “No Worries” is a hood warrior’s motto and intro track.  The mix-tape features Waka Flocka and Lil Durk on a 13-track LP.  Doe Boy brings Cleveland’s underground rap to the forefront.  Pledging Allegiance only to the G Code. Doe Boy fresh out a 18-month stint in prison, released mix-tape The Streets Raised Me in 2016, now Doe Boy revamps for a fresh perspective and new tales of street glory. As a newcomer he released Boy N’ Da Hood, which made him an instant sensation. This mix-tape claps back at all those who doubted Doe Boy’s skills. Doe Boy pays homage to the ruthless streets of Cleveland.  The tape is cold-blooded and Doe Boy’s rhyme solidarity is hard to the bone.


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