Green’s Dictionary of Slang

okey-doke n.2

also o-ke-doke, okey-dok
[OK adj.; underpinned by an image of gratuitous acquiescence]
(US black)

1. white values and opinions.

[US]N. McCall Makes Me Wanna Holler (1995) 279: Working-class brothers got hip and figured out ways to pull the okeydoke.

2. a swindle, a confidence trick.

[US]R. Abrahams Deep Down In The Jungle 210: The reason I took you for the okey-doke, is because you was the sharpest nigger in town.
[US]Babs Gonzales I Paid My Dues 126: Elaine went for o-ke-doke and gave him the bread.
[US]Time 24 Dec. 57: My game is to juke the tough guys [...] I put the okey-doke on them, just bounce around and look for daylight.
[US]Big L ‘Ebonics’ [lyrics] A kite is a note, a con is a okey doke.

3. stupidity, foolish talk.

[US]‘Iceberg Slim’ Pimp 39: I [...] got the chance to stay until the mid-term of the Sophomore year when I went for the ‘okey-doke’. I took a bootlegging rap for a pal.
[US]M. Braly False Starts 230: I wasn’t going for the okie-doke, I wasn’t going to stand around the yard talking Cadillacs and rolling Bull Durham.
[US]Rebennack & Rummel Under A Hoodoo Moon 179: Things sort of dissolved into one big wall of smoking, toking, and no okey-doking.
[US]J. Stahl I, Fatty 79: From the second he gave me the okey-doke on the stairs Pathé always made me uneasy.

4. the best, the utimate.

[US]‘Touré’ Portable Promised Land (ms.) 157: We Words (My Favorite Things) [...] The realest. The joint. Da bomb. The okee-doke. The County blues.