Doeman, along a litany of Mexican-American rappers who claim Houston as home has never shied away from heritage. It’s inked in his skin up and down. He’s proudly rapped about the failures (in his eyes) of the current administration. On “Barrio God II Intro,” in particular the second verse does he once more let them show. He’s cut his teeth on hundreds of tracks like this, those stone cold hard beats where a punchline feels like a short left hook when you least expect it.
He’s a sh*t talker supreme but with enough vindication and confidence that he could probably fight Canelo Alvarez and steal a round or two off of him. “God blessed my soul, ain’t no way you can stop that … if you build a wall, we gon’ take it down … they just kicked my cousin out, we just snuck my other cousin in.”
Dodi has always been a spitfire rapper. Now it’s all about listening to what he’s got to say.