It has been almost two years since Grand Hustle recording artist Doe B was gunned down in his hometown of Montgomery, Alabama and tragically, one of his former rapping partners has endured the same fate.
A split second is all it takes for a person’s life to change forever — our favorite rappers included. That said, Hip-Hop Wired lists 10 rap artist who suffered devastating, life-altering injuries.
Three 6 Mafia may not be the powerhouse that they were in the 90’s, but it’s still about la familia for real life brothers Project Pat and Juicy J. The former released a visual for “Never Be A G” co-starring his kin and fallen rapper Doe B.
Kevin Gates may be flirting with the idea of memory loss for his latest video from his By Any Means project, but it’s an unfortunate reminder on just how promising a career Doe B had snatched from underneath him.
Hip-Hop Wired spoke with fallen rapper Doe B at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards, during which he told us that he had albums worth of material recorded. It looks like his team and Hustle Gang brethren are releasing songs in his wake, as we receive “Why,” featuring T.I.
Deceased rapper Doe B rubbed elbows with a list of folks during his time in the game, as per T.I.’s heartfelt eulogy at his funeral. One was Young Scooter, who paid tribute to the fallen Alabama native on a track called “Letter 2 The Streets.”
The recent murder of burgeoning rapper Doe B left members of the Hip-Hop community in a state of shock, especially his tight-knit record label, Grand Hu$tle.
A second man has been arrested in the murder case of the slain rapper Doe B. On Wednesday night (January 1), Darius Thomas, 25, turned himself in and was charged with two counts of capital murder.
While the holidays call for a festive atmosphere, let’s not forget those who have moved on. As we get ready to toast to 2014, we look back at those who we lost in 2013.
Over the weekend, Hip-Hop lost rising star Doe B to a senseless act of violence. But just a few days later DJ Whoo Kid debuts an exclusive track by Raekwon featuring the deceased rapper and his Hustle Gang boss T.I.
Montgomery police have arrested a suspect in the murder of up and coming rapper Doe B this past weekend. Jason McWilliams, 25, turned himself into authorities on Sunday (December 29).
Yesterday (December 28), news broke of the tragic murder of 22-year-old Alabama rapper Doe B. The Grand Hustle affiliate was shot down in his native Montgomery, Alabama and more details are starting to emerge about what happened.
T.I.’s Hustle Gang is an incubator for both veteran and rising talents. One of which is Doe B, who we had opportunity to speak with about his musical endeavors, how he plans to permeate radio outside of the south and more.