See also: Seven questions with Tum Tum
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.
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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.