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44 Dougie Speaks On Controversy Surrounding Killing His Alter Ego, 42 Dugg Comparisons

44 Dougie “Off The Porch” Interview

We recently sat down with 44 Dougie for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he discussed the controversy surrounding when he “killed” his alter ego, moving from Mississippi to Atlanta, learning to be selfish and put yourself first, locking in on music in 2020, people comparing him to 42 Dugg, the meaning behind 44, going through depression while working 9-5, being influenced by Young Thug & Lil Wayne, applying his real life experiences into his visuals, his song “Letter To Reggie”, making it out of Mississippi, the music scene slowly improving, his project “Dougie Goated”, the 44 brand, the differences between a boss and a leader, advice to the youth in regards to making mistakes and making sure that they stay on the right path and more! 


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