The D.O.C. Got His Voice Back

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The D.O.C. Got His Voice Back

The N.W.A contributor says he's recording again.

Published August 24, 2015

The D.O.C. suffered an injury nearly 20 years ago when a car accident damaged his vocal cords. Now, it seems like he’s ready for a comeback.

The D.O.C. made a name for himself as a contributor to albums by N.W.A and Eazy-E. His debut album, No One Can Do It Better, was released in 1989. It’s the only LP in his catalog to go platinum.

In 1996, six years after the accident that severed his vocal cords, he released Helter Skelter and, in 2003, Deuce.

Last night, The D.O.C.’s tweets indicate that he’s regained his voice. Although we don’t know if that means new music is coming, it’s a good sign that he's recording again. He also shouts out some new rappers he’s been feeling lately such as Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole

Are you excited that The D.O.C. is back?

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Written by Eric Diep


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