Charles McClure (born April 1, 1980) also known by his stage names Young Doe and Charles Truth, is an American rapper, hip hop producer, author, and record label owner based in Denver, Colorado. Since releasing the solo album Product of the Eighties on West Coast Mafia Records in 2008, he has released over a dozen albums on his imprints The Brand Factory and Elite Entertainment Group, collaborating with artists such as J. Stalin, Messy Marv, Bizzy Bone, and Chalie Boy. His most recent album, Ventilate 2, came out in April 2014. On tour he has opened for artists such as Young Jeezy and T.I.
Young Doe often rhymes about issues that Denver Westword call "inspiring and street at the same time," and "his voice always has a relaxing twang to it." At the 5280 Urban Music Awards in Denver, Colorado, Young Doe has been nominated in categories such as Best Song and Best Music Video, and in 2012 he won the contest's True to Life Artist Award. As a writer under the penname Charles Truth, he has also written the 2010 novel Welcome to the Maze, as well as a number of articles for publications such as Fly Magazine and Ozone Magazine.