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Duke Deuce Turns Up On “WTF!”

Duke Deuce
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Duke Deuce unleashes his new single “WTF!” out now. Listen to it here via Quality Control Music / Motown Records / Made Men Movement. This is a tease of what’s to come off Duke’s forthcoming CRUNKSTAR album. On “WTF!”, the critically acclaimed Memphis menace channels his signature adlib as he tears through the production with the chantable chorus over a skittering beat. Practically busting through the door, he roars, “F**k whoever don’t like this song, I’ll crank this b****h up on my own!” He makes good on that promise as he turns up the energy throughout the track.

“WTF!” comes hot off Duke’s Made In America Festival performance. Duke Deuce also unveils his new merch available here in celebration of Memphis’ 901 Day. 

Duke Deuce continues a breakout year at a breakneck pace. Recently, he guested on Isaiah Rashad’s acclaimed comeback single “Lay Wit Ya.” It followed his lyrically explosive DUKE NUKEM album. Right out of the gate, it picked up unanimous acclaim from the likes of Stereogum, COMPLEX, Lyrical Lemonade, Pitchfork which rated it at 7.7, in addition to many more outlets. 

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 some A-list acts. Moreover, including 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).” 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. Duke is just getting started this year with one “what the f***” adlib at a time.

Check out the former KAZI cover star’s new single here today!

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