Chicago rapper/singer Doa Beezy evolved from a more hard-edged rap style into a melodic and partially sung approach that kept the movement of melodic rappers coming out his city in the late 2010's. Moody shifting instrumentals and lyrics about street struggles and surviving traumatic environments made a series of singles like the emotionally heavy "Streets Done."Doa Beezy Raised on the South Side of Chicago and was rapping by his teens. Inspired by Chief Keef and the drill movement made his first songs under the name DoeBoi Flexx,, self-releasing tracks and mixtapes throughout the mid 2010's. Around the end of the decade, the rapper rebranded himself Do a Beezy, switching his style up to a more melodic approach but keeping the intensity and streetwise storytelling of his developing Style.