First impressions are very important; just ask Chicago emcee Really Doe, whose Kanye West-assisted record, Plastic, was first introduced to Booth regulars this past March, receiving mixed reviews. Nearly nine months later, however, Doe is back in the Booth, seizing the chance to make a new first impression on those who passed him by the first time around. On Opera of Love, produced by past West collaborator Donte Winslow, Really Doe details the best type of sexual experience: one in which his female partner loudly expresses her satisfaction. Signed to G.O.O.D. Music, Doe will ultimately be competing with several of his labelmates, including fellow Chitown native and Go Getters group member GLC, for the chance to shine first and brightest in 2009. In the meantime, though, consider this record a second date.
Written by DJ Z on 12/8/08
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