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Doe Boy Is Back With His 2nd Album of 2022



Catch Me If You Can Out Now.

Cleveland, Ohio rapper Doe Boy is back with his second album of 2022!  His first album, OH REALLY, came out in January of this year.  Last week, he released his nine-track album, Catch Me If You Can.   The two albums are a little different.  OH REALLY has a longer track list with a few star studded features.  Compared to Catch Me If You Can, which only has nine songs with one G Herbo feature.  G Herbo was also featured on OH REALLY along with 42 Dugg, Nardo Wick, Moneybagg Yo, Roddy Ricch, Ty Dolla $ign, BabyFace Ray, Vory, and Lil Uzi Vert.  OH REALLY was received well and Doe Boy keeps making a name for himself in hip hop.  Catch Me If You Can is short and sweet dosage of the Freebandz rapper that you may enjoy.

The Intro

Doe Boy starts the album off with “Off the Porch”.  It has a beat that will sure get you moving.  Produced by Mexican producer Danny Wolf, DoeBeezy (as he calls himself) starts talking about how he came up.  At 13, he was getting drunk.  Two years later, at 15, he talks about almost getting robbed and his friend ended up getting shot.  Doe Boy raps that he had about $100 in his pocket, but he wasn’t trying to give it up.  He ended up running as soon as the robber cocked his gun.  The robber chased him around the car while shooting at Doe Boy.  Doe Boy ended up getting away and this story ultimately forced him to always keep a gun on him.


Doe Boy mentions Future a couple of times throughout the project.  He is signed to Epic Records, which is home to Future’s Freebandz label.  Doe Boy is under the Freebandz Imprint as well.  In “Pep in My Step”, he shouts Future out:

                “Ask Future, bitch, Doe B, he known for armed robberies (Freeband Gang)”

He gives a shoutout to his label head again in “Foot on Neck”:

                “Pluto always got my respect/He put my killers on his jet/My savages, my savages/Been told you I was next”

In 2019, Doe Boy signed his first record deal to Future and Freebandz/Epic Records.  After over a decade of being independent, he caught Future’s attention.  Future brought DoeBeezy on his tour before being signed.   On Future’s “Legendary Nights Tour” in the Summer of 2019, Doe Boy opened for him. After that, he signed and recorded his first album with the label,Streetz Need Me 2.

Lyrics and Production

Doe Boy continues to prove that he can always switch up his flows.  In the midst of gun talk, robbing opps, and big jewelry, Doe Boy throws a song in there for the ladies.  He shows his more vulnerable side on “More than Friends”.  There’s no doubt that the listeners will relate to Doe Boy on this song.  Many people have wanted to be out of the friend zone with someone at one point or another.

Production throughout this album is great.  Besides Danny Wolf, 30 Roc, Crazy Mike, jetsonmade, and FOREVEROLLING all make appearances.  Juicy J even gives him a beat for “Front Door” and receives producer credit.

Overall, I give this album a C+, as I feel he fulfilled expectations with this tape.  It’s not on the same level as OH REALLY, but it is a good listen.  Doe Boy dropping two projects in one year shows that he is working!  We love to see that and hope to hear more from him.  Take the time to check his project out, Catch Me If You Can.

Written by: Brandon Simmons

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