Thursday night, Doeman ended his three-stop Texas run, appropriately in his hometown of Houston (in a Rockets jersey, no less). The crowd brought out lots of energy and support for the Barrio God and their hometown hero as he performed bangers off his latest project Outer Body Experience. The show had some special moments, most notably when Doeman brought his tio on stage to pay tribute to his 12-year-old cousin who recently died in a car accident. He also brought up some special guests including Propain, who performed an impromptu version of his single with Doeman “Jodeci” (due to the crowd’s chanting requests) and Soul of Sherif, who helped Doeman out on the chorus of “Soul of Mind.” The whole set was a night to remember, thanks to Doeman’s incredible stage presence, the DYNA Music Group squad, and the love Houston has for their own.[gss ids="20901,20900,20899,20898,20897,20896,20895,20894,20893,20892,20891,20890,20889,20888,20887,20886,20885,20884,20883,20882,20881,20880,20879,20878,20877,20876,20875"]
After Austin, Doeman hit the stage in San Antonio and Dallas. He’s got one more show in Houston before he heads out of the state. Check out our photos below and grab tickets to his show at Warehouse Live this Thursday.
Awhile back, we began the process of putting together a Texas tour with an emerging artist out of Houston by the name of Doeman. Various ScoreMore employees were passionate about his music and wanted to start building out more local artist-centered tours in smaller venues across the state. With the release of Doeman’s most recent project, O.B.E., we were able to link up with the DYNA Music Group crew and put together the O.B.E. Tour, which stopped through Austin at Scoot Inn Indoors last night — photos above — and will be hitting San Antonio this Saturday, Dallas Sunday and Houston Thursday, March 3.
Doeman’s live shows are a perfect mix of raw realness, with the Houston rapper often stopping mid-track to spit acapella, and accessibility so even the uninitiated can have a ball turning up with their friends. If you support Texas music or real music in general, catching the O.B.E. Tour is a must. Come through. Tickets and info on the shows below: