Black EL and Durkin are back at it with their newest single, "DOJA". I'll let the homie EL explain the concept beneath this smooth and introspective joint:
"DOJA" is an ode to the positives of smoking and how it has balanced me out and kept me afloat (Hits of the doja / kept my composure) when life's low moments attempted to pull me under. The song is an expression of my constant frustrations in dealing with unemployment, roller coaster relationships, chasing dreams, and various other peaks and plateaus of a twenty-something's life.
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