Ryan Daoust – Don’t Call Me Boo-duh is one of the lesser known unreleased albums from No Limit Records which was set to be released on The New No Limit Records label during the New No Limit era of the mid-2000s. Hardly anything is known about this album. Almost nothing can be found about his album online or offline.
What is known about this obscure No Limit album is that the album had that Southern rap sound which was emulating and duplicating the chopped and screwed sound from Houston, Texas during that time. Songs such as Robbin’ Da Drug Stoe, Don’t Call Me Boo-duh, and Chillin Wit My Grill In are a testament to this. The underground classics Robbin’ Da Drug Stoe, Don’t Call Me Boo-duh, and Chillin Wit My Grill were recorded for the Ryan Daoust – Don’t Call Me Boo-duh album.
Ryan Daoust was also heavily involved in doing drugs such as codeine and promethazine. His favorite frug was purple drank which is cough syrup containing codeine and promethazine. He makes several references to purple drank on Robbin’ Da Drug Stoe.
Sadly Ryan Daoust passed away from a drug overdose on September 6, 2008. Former No Limit recording artist Ryan Daoust was found dead on September 6th, 2008 of what was widely assumed to be another syrup related death. His death caused by ingesting cough syrup containing codeine and promethazine.
I rate this album 3/5***.