Doe Boy, Rowdy Rebel, 42 Dugg drop visuals for ‘Ain’t My Fault’

Rising Cleveland star Doe Boy has recruited an all-star cast in Rowdy Rebel and 42 Dugg to proclaim his innocence on his latest single “Ain’t My Fault.”

FBG’s secret weapon is not only gearing up to drop a full-length offering at the top of 2022, but he sets the tone on “Ain’t My Fault’s” stop-and-go approach, ferociously spitting about flexing his worth and how nothing can be pinned on him. The hook of the song is as infectious as can be, as Doe Boy and company chant “It Ain’t My Fault” like a droning war cry on the song’s hook.

The track’s accompanying visuals portray the trio in prison, providing a harder presence to Rowdy and Doe Boy’s head-bobbing verses. 42 Dugg comes in with clean-flowing rhymes at the tail end of the track, flexing in his signature Detroit drawl that’s made the XXL Freshman a household name in 2021.

Heard your big homie a pussy (It ain’t my fault)

Your baby momma gave me pussy (It ain’t my fault)

My niggas vets, you niggas rookies (It ain’t my fault)

Lil Jon gave [?] with a fully (It ain’t my fault)

It ain’t my fault, try me, he get shmurda’d

It ain’t my fault, toss a body to the shmurdas

It ain’t my fault, my young niggas play with burners

It ain’t my fault (Really), it ain’t my fault

While Doe Boy’s upcoming project Oh Really has not yet received a release date, its previous singles have certainly held fans over in the meantime. Similarly, Rowdy Rebel and Doe Boy have been a perfect pairing in 2021, dropping “Shmurda Talk” together in June. Doe Boy also bolstered his mainstream appeal with with Lil Uzi Vert on their track “Low Key” — a melodic banger dedicated to their girls.

As Doe Boy knocks on the door of stardom, time will only tell when the Cleveland artist will achieve the acclaim he so rightfully deserves.

Check out ‘Ain’t My Fault’ by Doe Boy and Rowdy Rebel with 42 Dugg below!

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