Doughbeezy only plants his Footprints on the Moon after shooting for it. The third volume of hustle diaries by Houston's self-proclaimed "Southeast Beast" is full of swag and poised to make him an even bigger name in the rap scene than he already is. Doughbeezy raps in a nasal tone and occasionally resembles Outkast's Andre 3000 or the late, great Pimp C. He pokes L.A. heir apparent Kendrick Lamar on "Cruisin'," but he's hardly lacking his own identity. Doughbeezy's rapid-fire flow often resembles lines of musical computer code, where you keep expecting him to take a breath but he just won't. Instead he spits lines like "got more game than an Xbox controller" and "I'm from Houston...bitch!" over state-of-the-art tracks that tweak both trap-rap and that classic H-town swang, as designed by top local producers such as Donnie Houston and Trakksounds. Feel free to hate on him, Dough says, "but I'm gonna run my shine 'cause I'm on my grind...working full-time shifts and I ain't even getting paid." But he will one day, believe that.