Duke Deuce has already been proclaimed as one of the hottest names in rap, and on track to revive to “Crunk” genre that had us dancing in high school gyms. His latest project, “Memphis Massacre 2” features hit makers including Lil Jon, Lil Yachtey and Memphis’ own Project Pat, Three 6 Mafia’s Juicy J and DJ Paul.
The 27-year-old Memphis native was born with rap and hip hop in his DNA, something his father Duke Nitty, local rapper and producer, instilled in him. His vibe is 100 percent Memphis with photoshoots in front of Crystal Palace Skating Rink and The Orpheum Theater, Duke Deuce isn’t shying away from the Memphis sound.
The world’s largest hip-hop festival is putting together the world’s greatest compilation album. Yes, that is correct – Rolling Loud is gearing up to release its debut album via Rolling Loud Records. Using its years of standout lineups as an A&R goldmine, the album will feature a mix of collaborations that could only happen at the hands of Rolling Loud.
Rolling Loud is kicking things off by bringing Rae Sremmurd and Duke Deuce together for “Finger Food”. In this Crunkstar meets Rockstar anthem, the trio highlights their no-f*cks-given attitude and boldly yelled rhymes with lyrics like “climb up in the DJ booth, stand up in the four-door coupe.” “Finger Food” is driven by a piercing electric guitar sample that embodies the true spirit of Rolling Loud – almost like they’ve bottled over 6 years of raging and poured it right into the track.
Back in October, Duke Deuce unleashed his latest solo LP titled Memphis Massacre III, the third installment of the fan-favorite series he started back in 2018. The 13-track mixtape boasted a Memphis-only roster of features from names like Big Moochie Grape, ATM Rich Baby, Lil Thad, Dubba C, Glockianna, and fellow QC labelmate Gloss Up. He paired the release with the visual for “Mr. Memphis Massacre,” the project’s lead single.
In December, the Tennessee native returned with the latest offering from the mixtape, the official music video for “RIVERSIDE.” So far, fans have already got to enjoy clips for tracks like “ANNA” and “BUCK THE SYSTEM.” In the new visual, Deuce takes over a local corner store with his co-star Glockianna as she steals the show with her opening verse: