Released as part of the promotional campaign for Doe Boy’s next major studio project Streetz Need Me 2, “Most Wanted” serves as the follow-up to Future and Doe Boy’s recent joint single with Meek Mill, “100 Shooters.” Put together by director Nyce, the aforementioned single’s visual component was shot in the neighborhood that played host to Doe Boy’s upbringing and features an appearance by fellow Cleveland artist Chxpo.
“The streets need authenticity. That project [Streetz Need Me] was influenced in prison; I came up with the title when I was locked up,” Doe Boy told Respect during a 2017 interview, breaking down the purpose of the original Streetz Need Me tape and sharing some insight into the series’ motivations and themes. “Most people need to know what’s going on. Nobody really talks about what’s going on.”
“Rappers just be rapping. They just be talking about it. When I say the streets need me, they need a n***a like me that can talk about it,” Doe Boy added, outlining the necessity of his Streetz Need Me releases. “A n***a really be with real trap n***as, real hood n***as, real shooters. Everything you hear in these songs isn’t just turn up music for a Friday, it’s reality. Every n***a around me really is like that.”
You can take a look at Doe Boy and Future’s new music video for “Most Wanted” above. Doe Boy’s forthcoming full-length project Streetz Need Me 2 will hit streaming services and similar platforms in the near future.
For more, revisit Doe Boy and Future’s 2018 collaboration and single “In My Bag.”