Sacramento buzzmaker Mean Doe Green, formerly known as Doey Rock, has hooked up with DJBooth.net to bring fans his latest street album, Black Suits & Shovels.
Intended put to rest the artist’s old stage name and kick-start a new phase in his career, the project features 14 fresh cuts from the Raekwon-cosigned up-and-comer, including reader-acclaimed leaks “Blue Ribbon Rap,” “Intelligent Hoodlum” and “Last Call.”
Collaborating with Green throughout Black Suits are such artists as Chuuwee, Tommy Nova, Grinch and longtime partner-in-rhyme Black Zeek. Beats come courtesy of Lee Bannon & D.C., DJ Epik, DC, Hippie Sabotage and more!
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"Bring Back Double ft. E-40" (2007)
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