Erykah Badu is adding an executive producer to her long list of accolades. The singer-songwriter is set to be a part of the hip-hop documentary ‘The DOC’, which will focus on the life of rapper The D.O.C. According to reports, the documentary will tap into what the rapper has been doing since the car accident that caused him to lose his voice. The D.O.C., whose real name is Tracy Curry, has written for N.W.A and Dr. Dre co-founded Death Row Records and have even mentored Snoop Dogg. Dve Caplan will be the director of the upcoming project and released a statement about the project, “D.O.C. (the man) has held a certain mythos in the hip hop community. The great from Dr. Dre to Snoop Dogg to Jay-Z - speak his name in some of their biggest hits, yet his story has alluded the general public, myself included, for decades. I had heard about the crash, but that was only the tip of the iceberg.”Badu, who shares a child with D.O.C., also made a statement about her latest venture. “It is no secret that D.O.C and I have created a ‘work of art’ together in the past, and I’m excited to continue our relationship professionally. D.O.C has been my best friend for over 30 years and I am honored to bring this amazing documentary home.” Are you excited to see this documentary?