BigQuint enters Beast Mode while listening to Future & Young Scooter's "Doh Doh."
Today, our partnership with the honorable BigQuint (or BigQuint Indeed, if you're not into the whole brevity thing) continues, with yet another brand new first reaction video. Coming off installments Lil Yachty and Valee's collaboration "Wombo," and Drake's Tay Keith produced blammer "Nonstop," Quint returns with a look at Future and Young Scooter's "Doh Doh." The clip is part of a new series between HNHH & BigQuint, in which the dynamic personality will grace us with his inspired presence on the week's biggest drops.
After expressing mixed feelings about Future's infamous "La Di Da Di Da," Quint makes sure to set his bar at a reasonable level. "I'm just expecting slaps from Future. I don't expect nothing else. Just make it slap, that's all I'm asking." Upon queuing it up, Quint proceeds to express his thoughts through the majestic art of dance. Clearly, at the very least, he's enjoying it on a surface level. After hitting stop, Quint proceeds to dub the Future and Dae Dae cut "dope," though admitting "it's nothing too crazy, nothing too incredible." Still, the track indeed met the aforementioned "slap" criteria, so there's that.
More importantly, at least in Quint's eyes, is the absence of any "La Di Da Di Da." Although, one has to wonder if some Future falsetto might have taken "Doh Dog" to the next level. I suppose we'll never know. Quint goes on to slide into the comments section, starting with a contribution from Isis, which prompts a chuckle from the personality. Though he doesn't quite seem to agree with Isis' claims of "Best song on the mixtape," Quint seems optimistic that it at least bodes well. Afterwards, he tackles contributions from Justin Mccall and KantaviousCaldwellPope.
Peep the video now, and keep an eye out for a new BigQuint x HNHH Reacts, dropping at the start of every week. Read our exclusive interview with BigQuint right here. Should you like what you see, be sure to subscribe to BigQuint's channel for even more content.