Buying fake jewelry in the mall? Uh-uh. Young Doe don't do that

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Earlier this year, Young Doe (aka Charles Truth) took the new year by storm with his single, "I Can Do It Too," followed by an accompanying video. But now he wants you to know what he doesn't do: To get the buzz started for his upcoming album, The Secret, Doe hooked up with Oakland rapper Keak Da Sneak for the first single, "We Don't Do That," an ode to basically what real cats don't do. The new album drops on on Monday, September 28, in remembrance of Doe's partner in rhyme, Colfax Cac, who was killed in a driveby on that day in 2005. Take a listen to the new song after jump and leave your feedback.

Check out the video for "I Can Do It Too":

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