Southern rapper Pastor Troy is the latest hip-hop artist to pay homage to slain musician Doe B days after his fatal Alabama shooting
The Atlanta rapper has released his tribute-based new track, “Yall Ain’t Do Him Right,” to the masses this week.
The rap world is still in shock over the loss of Doe B who was gunned down just a few days ago and now the tribute records start pouring in. This time Pastor Troy pays his respects to the fallen Hustle Gang rapper with this new song “Yall Aint Do Him Right.” (Rap Dose)
This week, Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon released his new Doe B and T.I.-assisted “I Wanna Know” anthem.
Raekwon honors Doe B, who was shot and killed over the weekend while performing in his hometown of Montgomery, Alabama, by releasing the song “I Wanna Know” which features the fallen rapper and T.I. It’s a straight-no-chaser type of record that lives and breathes for the streets with a raw melody and pulsing drums. “I Wanna Know” displays how Doe B was a promising act on the Grand Hustle roster. His presence will be missed in and outside of the booth. (Complex)
Dipset’s Jim Jones remembered Doe’s life with a tribute-based Instagram post over the weekend.
“Rip to a good n*gga it was my pleasure to have th pleasure n honor of working wit u in my stu @deepitboss u a good n*gga God Bless u n my condolences go to his family,” Jim posted December 28. (Jim Jones’ Instagram)
A 25-year-old suspect received multiple charges after turning himself over to authorities on Sunday (December 29) in connection to the shooting.
Montgomery police charged Jason McWilliams, 25, with two counts of capital murder in connection with the slayings of Glenn Thomas, 22, and Kimberle Johnson, 21, at Centennial Hill Bar and Grill. McWilliams turned himself in late Sunday night, police said. Thomas was a rapper known as Doe B while Johnson was a student studying social work at Troy University, about 50 miles south of here. (USA Today)
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Check out Pastor Troy’s new record: