South Central, Los Angeles crew OverDoz has hooked up with DJBooth.net to bring fans their latest street release, the highly-anticipated Live for, Die for.
The project finds emcees Sleezy and Tube, comedian Cream and rapper/singer Kent showcasing their respective talents as they address the complexities of sex, drugs, relationships and coming-of-age. Included are reader-approved leaks “Dested,” “Wanna Know Your Name” and “December.”
Joining OverDoz throughout the project are fellow L.A. artists Dom Kennedy, Kendrick Lamar, C-San, Casey Veggies, and Skeme. Production comes courtesy of THC (Rick Bricks & Axel Folie), Brook D’Leau (J*DaVeY), Polyester of L.A.U.S.D., Iman Omari and Roosevelt.
Fans can also check out OverDoz's previous albums: OverDoz - Boom
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"Roll Up" (2010)
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