Doughbeezy - Commas (Freestyle)

Most people’s formal introduction to the South East Beast known as Doughbeezy was Reggie Bush & Kool-Aid, the local rapper’s mixtape full of freestyles that dropped three years ago in 2011.

Fast forward to 2014, one additional freestyle tape and a full-scale mixalbum later, and Doughbeezy is preparing to drop Reggie Bush & Kool-Aid’s sequel… this after having what should’ve been the promo year for his Footprints on The Moon LP derailed by a home invasion and a near brush with death.

But that’s the thing about Dough, and the reason he’s respected in the game for more than just his rapping ability – absolutely nothing is going to stand in the way or stop him from being the best at what he does. One little shooting won’t stop no show. In fact, it’ll just inspire Doughbeezy to go harder, go farther, and quietly cook up Reggie Bush & Kool-Aid 2 to be sprung upon the masses in a surprise release.

“Commas (Freestyle),” the first taste of RB&KA2, has Dough taking down Future’s smash single. In one fell swoop it confirms what we hoped – his flow hasn’t missed a step, and his token humor remains, applying the “commas” to a child-support check at one point in the track – and yet “Commas” instrumental takes on a triumphant tone in signaling the return of Doughbeezy.

Hear Doughbeezy’s “Commas (Freestyle)” down below. Doughbeezy’s Reggie Bush & Kool-Aid 2, on which the “Commas (Freestyle)” appears, lands later today.