Cleveland, Ohio native Signed with Future and his label FreeBandz. This move comes just weeks after Doe Boy released Boyz N Da Hood 2.
Collaborating with Lex Luger out of Atlanta and Young Chop out of Chicago, Doe Boy drops the sequel to his hard hitting mixtape, Boyz In Da Hood. This twenty-eight track mixtape also consists of production from K.E. On The Track, 808 Mafia, 12 Hunna and many more.
Now that Future’s Freebandz artist, Doe Boy, is out of prison, he’s ready to get back to his music and focus on his career in hip-hop. Doe Boy was originally arrested back in 2013 and ended up serving over two years in prison after he was charged with multiple counts of aggravated robbery. His career took a hit, but he stayed strong through the difficulties and is now ready—with the support of Future—to pick up where he left off and do big things in 2016. “I learned that you gotta think before you move, My decision making is better now. Prison helped me elevate my mind,” Doe Boy explained to Complex.
Doe is not working on a specific project at the moment. However, he’s currently in the studio working with the likes of Lil Durk, Shy Glizzy, Young Scooter, Starlito and dropping a visiual titled “Mama Never Understand” featuring Cleveland’s own Lil Cray. Doe Boy has an effort to consistently drop dope music in the near future. With Freebandz fully backing his hustle, Doe Boy plans to fully recharge his budding career in music under Future’s booming imprint.