Florida’s street rap scene is having a major moment, and Taleban Dooda is one of the scene’s most exciting voices. Connecting with a fellow Floridian, Dee Watkins for a new video, Dooda shares “Stay Dangerous.” Mixing pleasant melodies and vicious lyrics, “Stay Dangerous” explores the crackling chemistry between Tampa’s Dooda and Macclenny’s Dee Watkins, as both rappers toe-tag a beat from Dee’s frequent collaborator Gasky with auto-tuned bars. In the video, Dooda and Dee Watkins prove their worth as shooters, playing a few rounds of Call of Duty before mounting up and heading to the paintball range.
“Stay Dangerous” is a highlight track from Fallen Angel, Taleban Dooda’s recently released debut album. Fallen Angel finds the 19-year-old rapper examining his come-up and confronting his demons ,probing all aspects of his psyche. Bursting with invention and earworm hooks, Fallen Angel gives a home to recently released highlights like “Chosen” ft. T9ine, which has earned 3 million total streams, “Trappin Ain’t Dead,” the Helluva-produced Detroit-style anthem with a standout guest spot from 42 Dugg, and “My Bruddas,” a collaboration with OMB Peezy that received a new music video earlier this month.