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Hot! Young Doe New Music Takes It Back To The ‘Streets’

DENVER – Eighteen years after the creation of his very first solo CD, “Street Hustler,” at age 15, Denver-based rapper Young Doe is ready to release the much anticipated follow up, “Street Hustler II.”

Featuring artists such as Trae Tha Truth, Lecrae, J. Stalin, Killa Tay, Rich The Factor, Innerstate Ike and more, “Street Hustler II” features about 18 songs, all new music guaranteed to move listeners.

“I got a lot of heart-felt music, lyrics people in the struggle can relate to,” said Young Doe, who wanted to revisit the lifestyle in which he was raised, to reconnect with the people. “With ‘Street Hustler II,’ I stayed away from elements that fascinate the industry. I’m not talking about getting money, the cars, the girls… I’m talking about what it’s like trying to survive out here.”

With beats from Traxx FDR, Boozilla, Mo Heat and Young Doe himself, to name a few, the sound remains true to what fans have come to expect from Young Doe.

“The production definitely compliments my gritty style,” Young Doe said. “I just really want people to feel where I’m coming from.”

Set for release Aug. 20., “Street Hustler II” is now available for pre-order at, and iTunes.


Born Charles McClure, rapper Young Doe or Charles Truth, wrote his first rap at age 10 and released his first CD by age 15. He is a member of Elite Entertainment, a group of independent artist. Young Doe has been heard on well over 20 projects, solo and collaborations. He has worked alongside heavy hitters such as C-BO, Messy Marv, and J. Stalin while opening for artists including T.I. and Young Jeezy.


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