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Duke Deuce Talks New Album Crunkstar, Just Say That w/ Glorilla, Lil Keed, Juicy J, Crunk Ain’t Dead

Duke Deuce “Off The Porch” Interview

We recently sat down with Duke Duece for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about his journey the past 3 years since he was last on the porch, working on his new album ‘Crunkstar’ for 2 years, explains his definition of a Crunkstar, experimenting with his sound on this album, having an idea to add guitar to the song “Falling Out Of Love”, recording most of the album at his house, Drake co-signing him, hints that they may have a song on the way, his buzzing single “Just Say That” featuring Glorilla, the song being compared to a modern day “Chickenhead”, the challenge for the song, flipping the sample for LL Cool J’s “I Need Love”, his dad producing 2 songs on the album, working with Rico Nasty on “Falling Off”, performing at Rolling Loud, his close relationship with Juicy J, being brought out during the Three 6 Mafia & Bone Thugs Verzuz, putting Doe Boy & Babyface Ray on “Money Bandana”, Lil Yachty embracing him when he first signed with QC, being discouraged with rap at times, what motivates him to keep going, fatherhood, not sure if he is going to drop a deluxe or not, his viral gym workout videos, his close relationship with Lil Keed, “Crunk Ain’t Dead” being played at sporting events, going to a Nascar race, performing at a Memphis Grizzlies game, running up on a fan in a parking lot that was listening to his music, his growth as an artist, the pandemic slowing him down, shares advice for the youth, the music scene in Memphis, the impact & influence Memphis has had on the culture, and much more!

Duke Deuce

Interview by Haze

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“Off The Porch” is Dirty Glove Bastard’s exclusive interview series where artists, producers, DJs & industry insiders are given a platform to tell their unfiltered story. Dirty Glove Bastard was created in 2007 to shine more light on the buzzing, regional music scenes in the South & Midwest.


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