Houston hip-hop star behind “Doobie Ashtray” drops rhymes in his unique flow with support from Potluck, DreamFoerverKEy, and Stoney C
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Devin the Dude
Devin, the delivery: The words seep, slur, and stutter in a soft-spoken staccato before he shocks you by dropping a surprising croon on the chorus hook. That’s why The New York Times calls him “a brilliant oddball with a spaced-out flow.”
Devin the up-and-comer: After his first hip-hop duo, the Odd Squad, landed on Houston’s famous Rap-a-Lot Records, young Devin Copeland rolled with Scarface’s Facemob before going solo and dropping the 1998 solo debut called…
The Dude: a funk-packed collection of odes to wine, women, and funny cigarettes that garnered a huge underground following and caught the attention of Dr. Dre, who invited Devin to take a verse on 2001’s “Fudge You”
Devin, the influences: Snoop, Slick Rick, Too $hort, OutKast
Devin, the comparisons: Geto Boys, Goodie Mob, Master P
Potluck: an underground hip-hop duo from Humboldt County who salute 4/20 culture in albums such as Pipe Dreams and Rhymes and Resin. They’ve also collaborated with fellow Prop 215–loving act Kottonmouth Kings.