In his element among his bros and a cadre of models, Doodie Lo shares “Lonzo,” his new video single. Wielding his raspy voice atop a poignant drill instrumental, Doodie Lo lays out his mission statement on the new single, revealing that his music is a way of life, not just a way to get rich.
In the video, Doodie Lo switches from the kitchen, where he supervises his operation, to the garage, where he dances by his coupe with a bevy of beautiful women. Named after the New Orleans Pelicans basketball player and Big Baller Brand representative Lonzo Ball, “Lonzo” follows Doodie Lo’s video for “Time Out,” released in May.
With a young and hungry roster of Chicago-born emcees, Lil Durk‘s OTF label signees have made their intentions clear–they’re coming to take over the game. Doodie Lo, King Von, and the rest of the roster, including Booka600, OTF Ikey, and Memo600 plan to release a steady stream of singles and projects throughout the summer, providing a realistic soundtrack to the most violent season on the Chitown calendar.
The OTF crew demonstrated their talents in two label mixtapes released last year, Lil Durk Presents: Only The Family Involved Vol. 1, released last summer, and its sequel, released just before the New Year.