Arguably, Memphis, Tennessee has become ground zero for hip hop in recent years, given the onslaught of hard-hitting, chart-topping contributions by current frontrunners like NLE Choppa, Moneybagg Yo, Pooh Shiesty, BIG 30, Big Scarr, Blac Youngsta, Young Dolph, and Key Glock, as well as more seasoned veterans like Yo Gotti and Three 6 Mafia alum Juicy J, Project Pat, and DJ Paul. Back in February, Duke Deuce joined in on the fun with his latest project Duke Nukem, a 12-track outing with additional assists from A$AP Ferg, Foogiano, Lil Keed, Mulatto, and more.
“Duke Deuce from the Haven, Offset from the Nawf, either way it go, we rep’ that Boss and chuck them fours, my bitch gotta be bad, it’s just in her, it wasn’t taught, stupid ass geeked up, engine police, know I’m gettin’ off/
Understand me, any time I chuck the M, that’s for the family, worrisome bitch keep blowin’ my phone, she tryna blam me, I’m stupid strapped, still slidin’ out, it ain’t no Plan B…/”
The accompanying clip for “GANGSTA PARTY” is just that, beginning with Duke Deuce and Offset outside a mob of people dance, vibe, and twerk around them and a few top quality vehicles. Elsewhere, the Quality Control artists move to what looks like a warehouse space, showing further proof that this country is heading back to some sort of normalcy following the year-long quarantine. Fans can also check out some behind the scenes footage near the end of the intense clip.