JDoe - Drum Roll

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: JDoe , Club
Producer:
The Future
Album:
The Voice: The Answer

Up-and-coming artists have been utilizing networking websites to help launch their careers, ever since the popularity of MySpace and YouTube helped the artist formerly known as Soulja Boy rise to fame.  And the next in line is… 16-year-old rapper JDoe, a Western New Yorker, who spits his game over the bass-knocking new single, Drum Roll.  While the young stunna gets it poppin’ over a crunk beat (produced by fellow Buffalonian, The Future), the boy doesn’t rhyme about trivial high school issues like girls, kicks and haters.  Creating a dance contest via his website to help introduce his lifestyle, JDoe has already begun his own career drum roll.  His debut album, The Voice: The Answer, is slated for release in early ‘09.

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