After months of waiting, Doe Boy is finally back with his album Oh really.
The Cleveland rapper’s new feature includes features from Lil Uzi Vert, 42 Dugg, Nardo Wick, G Herbo, Moneybagg Yo, Ty Dolla Sign, Babyface Ray, Lil Double O, Vory, Johnny Blaze and Roddy Rich. Doe Boy said in an interview with Revolt that it was particularly difficult to make the connection with Ricch from the Live life fast MC is so particular who he works with.
“He’s one of them that’s very selective with who he likes,” Doe said. “One day I saw him following me, and I was like, ‘Damn, is this nigga fucking me for real? This is hard.’ I tapped with him. We talked like ordinary people.
Rapper Freebandz added later in the interview that he entered Roddy’s world on “Real Recognize Real.”
“It felt natural,” Doe Boy said of their creative chemistry. “The song we have is about one of those classic Roddy vibes. I walked into his hallway.
Oh really follows the two releases shared by Doe Boy in 2020, Demons R Us with Southside and 56 Birds with DJ Esco. According to the “Ain’t My Fault” artist, he hasn’t stopped recording since 2020.
“I have been working for [we dropped Demons R Us],” he said Revolt. “I even got songs on Oh really I think I recorded before. The way I work on my projects is that I never stop recording. When I get close to the end, I start choosing songs.
to listen Oh really below.
The album opener “Big Oh Really” also received a music video: