Video: Tum Tum and Friends Ride Bulls, Show Off Chains In "Yeah Doe"
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Just some rappers who might also be wax figures, posted up outside a saloon
After teasing us for almost a month, Tum Tum just released the highly anticipated visuals for "Yeah Doe," featuring Dorrough, B-Hamp and Big Tuck. Directed by YellaBrickRoad Productions, "Yeah Doe" stays true to Texas form, finding Tum Tum and friends in -- where else? -- the wild west.
Tum Tum's longtime DSR associate Big Tuck's contribution is stronger than a Texas handshake, and while albums and mixtapes in Dallas come and go, "Yeah Doe" has given the Dallas hip-hop community a sense of unity that's been missing since the DSR days.
Not only are Tum Tum and Big Tuck collaborating again, they recently announced via Twitter that they'll be going on tour in the fall. Yeah doe.