It is uncommon to see an individual follow the path paved by his predecessors and show an actual promise to make it big. Nevertheless, Duke Deuce was one of those rare names who created more buzz than the one that came before him.
The newest signee of Quality Control Music came well-prepared to dominate hip hop bringing back Crunk at its earliest glory.
Scroll down to learn more about the self-proclaimed King of Crunk in a wiki-style article.
Duke Deuce Wiki, Age, Real Name
A 27-year old rapper as of February 2020, was born to Memphis, Tennessee’s local star music producer Duke Nitty. Real name Patavious Isom, Duke borrowed his stage name from his father.
Duke Nitty was given production credits in the work of Nasty Nardo, Gangsta Blac, Dem Thugs, and Mobb Lyfe.
The Crunk Ain’t Dead rapper spent most of his childhood in the studio with his father. Nights he woke up and fell asleep to his father producing songs was hard to jot down for the rapper.
Duke attended and graduated from Fairley High School.
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Duke Deuce Hometown, Gangsta Disciples, Quality Control
Duke Deuce was raised in Whitehaven, Memphis, Tennessee.
He grew up listening to the music of Three 6 Mafia, MJG, and 8Ball which pretty much molded his sound. Duke Nitty, his father, used to put him in front of the keyboard and mic where he practiced music as a kid.
By the age of 6, he was already producing beats.
In 2018, Duke released Whole Lotta, a viral hit record with M-Town aesthetics in it. Following the release, he added Style Dance that went along with the song.
Waves were created when people started following the trend and started dancing to the song. Duke’s viral success reached a new height when the dance was performed by Atlanta-based dance crew SheLovesMeechie.
The dance of SheLovesMeechie caught the attention of Offset, one-third of Migos, an Atlanta-based hip hop trio. One thing led to another and long story short, he got signed to Quality Control Music — a record label where Migos is signed to.
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Duke Deuce Net Worth, Albums, Mixtapes
Following sealing the record deal with Quality Control Music, Duke Deuce released his debut project titled Memphis Massacre on 7 September 2018 in collaboration with Project Pat.
The fifteen-track album featured artists like Offset and Project Pat.
In February 2020, Duke released his highly anticipated second mixtape titled Memphis Massacre 2. The twelve-track project guest featured several acts like Lil Jon, Lil Yachty, Project Pat, Juicy J, and Lil Thad.
Unlike his first mixtape, this one was filled with a diverse sound and a variety of styles that clocked in just about 40 minutes.
Duke’s first two mixtapes created quite an anticipation for his debut album as a signed artist that is yet to be released.
Being in the label with successful artists like Migos, Cardi B, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, Marlo, and several others, fans are yet to see his stride towards the greatness which he aimed to achieve hailing Memphis, Tennessee.
Duke Deuce has bagged a handsome net worth of $600 thousand with his music and live performances.
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Last modified: February 23, 2020