Duke Deuce drops his new video for “Back 2 Back” off his dynamic DUKE NUKEM album. The video co-directed by Duke himself, Wavybone, and Jay Cee, finds Duke in true Memphis fashion donned in all black crunk dancing on tables as if he’s leading his crew into battle.
The bombastic album features all the hallmarks of Duke’s gritty style, from his booming ad-libs to his aggressive delivery, as well as winning appearances from Offset who is credited for discovering Duke, A$AP Ferg, recent collaborator Mulatto, Young Dolph, and more.
Duke’s sound is unique defying rap boundaries bringing Memphis crunk culture back to the forefront. Discovered by rap heavyweight Offset, Duke has already collaborated with the likes of Mulatto, Lil Yachty, Juicy J, Project Pat, and more. Recent releases from Duke include his punchline-filled “Duke Nukem Freestyle” and his southern strip club-themed “KIRK (ft. Mulatto).”
“Mob on us, we mobbin’ back / N—- ain’t drop, we dottin’ back / How the f— you gon’ rob a Mac? / Like Batman, n—-, I’m Robin back / From the hood, ain’t goin’ back / Rep the Haven, that’s on my back / King of Crunk, I brought that back / Heat droppin’, I’m back to back,” Duke Deuce on “Back 2 Back”.
Duke grew up around the Memphis sound and recalls the likes of Three 6 Mafia and 8Ball & MJG as influences, as well as his father Duke Nitty, who produced the Memphis classic “S.O.U.T.H. Parkway” by Gangsta Blac.