About Duke Deuce
Duke Deuce is a rapper from Memphis, Tennessee, who played a key role in the 2010s crunk revival.
∙ The son of Memphis rapper and producer Big Duke, Deuce began learning to make beats on his dad’s drum machine at age five.
∙ In 2017, his big break came when his single “Whole Lotta” caught the attention of Migos member Offset, who helped sign him to the esteemed Southern rap label Quality Control.
∙ In 2018, he released his debut album, Memphis Massacre, featuring “Unload,” his first collaborative track with Offset.
∙ His signature dance—known as “The Style”—became a viral sensation after Deuce showed it off in a music video for his 2019 single “Yeh.”
∙ Bridging generations of Memphis rap, his 2020 track “Crunk Ain’t Dead” featured appearances by hometown legends Project Pat, Lil Jon, and Juicy J.