Memphis rapper Duke Deuce continues his hot streak with a defiant new single, “GTD.” The high-energy banger follows the explosive “WOAH” video released a few weeks ago and puts Duke’s NSFW lyrics on full display.
Combining a chant-like hook with playful dance moves (a.k.a. gangsta walking), Duke adds more fuel to the fire with a song that’s danceable and moshpit-worthy. An acronym that stands for “got the draws,” “GTD” presents a no-holds-barred dive into the Memphis crunkstar’s intrusive thoughts. It’s the clearest picture of who he is and what gets him going, resulting in a sound that cuts through the center of lust.
Directed by Killerjack, the video finds Duke having a one-on-one conversation with each of his love interests. Watch above.
So far this year, Duke Deuce has been on a tear when it comes to keeping people on the edge of their seats. From his captivating Rolling Loud performance last month, to most recently inviting fans to join the crunk movement by enrolling in CRUNKSTAR UNIVERSITY, Duke goes hard for his supporters. And with no signs of slowing down, he’s squarely positioned to become a household name – one “WTF” adlib at a time.
About Duke Deuce:
Crunk music was never dead, but Memphis rapper Duke Deuce has inspired a new generation to tear the club up. With inexhaustible energy and a booming voice, he’s reclaiming the ecstatic subgenre for his hometown, making music as grim as it is gleeful, and turning up all the while. He often bellows his signature ad-lib “WHAT THE FUCK?!” with the force of a wrecking ball. Rapping about harrowing realities and detailing the benefits of his hard-won success, Duke has reached millions of fans who dig his music’s intensity as much as they do the playful dancing (a.k.a. gangsta walking) he does in his videos. With each release, he makes the case that crunk is more than music. It’s a way of life. Duke’s high-octane anthem and breakout single, “Crunk Ain’t Dead,” earned a remix featuring a few legends of the genre: Lil Jon, Juicy J and Project Pat. Duke hasn’t let his foot off the gas since his inception in hip-hop, releasing Memphis Massacre , Memphis Massacre 2 , Duke Nukem  and Crunkstar , the latter of which boasts “Just Say That” feat. GloRilla and Quavo. Rolling Stone lauded the high energy, crunk-rock sound on Crunkstar, and Billboard named it one of the ‘20 Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2022.’ Recently honored with a Key to Memphis and tapped for Under Armour’s All-America Football campaign, Duke continues his worldwide takeover with his latest mixtape offering Memphis Massacre III, showcasing a Memphis-only roster of features including Big Moochie Grape, ATM Rich Baby, Glockianna and Gloss Up.