Doeman released a killer new track featuring Kirko Bangz called “Way Up,” giving Houston rap fans another reason to celebrate June 27.

If you’re from Houston, June 27 is about as great a day as any to make musical moves. In this track unlike we’ve heard from him, Houston rapper Doeman collaborated with Kirk Bangz for a track called “Way Up” that is sure to make waves for a long time.

Per usual, Doeman and everyone in DYNA family have been teasing this song on social media, not giving us any clue as to when it would be released. The track, produced by Sly Drexler, sounds like no other song in Doeman’s catalogue, most likely serving as an omen that the rapper is about to hit us with some fresh new music this summer that will be a pleasant surprise to his faithful fans and also gain him some new ones.

It’s not often that I hit the play button and immediately make the stank face, but before even hearing the lyrics I was sucked in by the music. If you’re already a fan of either artist, you will appreciate the juxtaposition of Dodi’s hard-hitting lyrics and delivery against Kirko’s smooth vocals. If you’re not a fan yet, you will be sure to relate to the song’s theme about dreaming about inevitable success. Doeman rhymes about the dream he and his people have for his music, likening himself to Martin Luther King, Jr., and Kirko Bangz backs him up, reminiscing about how things have changed for the better since he’s started to experience more success. Both rappers mention that this is only the beginning, and that we will be hearing more from them soon.

Doeman has been having a pretty great 2017, working on a new album and being featured on Trakksounds’s and Tony Dark‘s latest projects. He recently tweeted that this would be the “summer [his] life changes.” Well, if he keeps releasing music like this, that tweet might just turn into a prophecy.

Listen to the track now on Doeman’s SoundCloud and keep an eye out for his album, From My Soul to Yours slated for release later this summer.

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