to leave or say good-bye
peace out my niggy, iight duce wid it.
Twenty-two caliber handgun, small comcealable fire arm,5 or 6 shot revolver.
Hey nigger are you bringing your duce-duce to the party, said Fred.
1.) Dropping a deuce at McDonald's
2.) Dropping a deuce because of McDonald's
1.) Oh damn, pull into that McDonalds, I have to drop a McDeuce.
2.) Damn you Big Mac and orange pop. Let me use your shitter, I have to drop a McDeuce.
A 32 magnum revolver, will split your wig, very concealable because of its small size.
I used to have the tres duce and the duce duce in my bubblegoose, now I got the mac in my knapsack. - Biggie Smalls (Party and Bullshit)
Young Duece is an American hip hop and record production duo whom in 2005 formed to create their first full length album, “The Beginning of the End” after splitting from rival groups.more...
Previn Millard Ricks, Jr (born July 25, 1990), better known by the stage name PJ aka Da Truth was born and raised in Forest Park, Ohio, a northern suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio. He writes lyrics, produces beats, and also engineers their songs.
George David Clark, III (born September 10, 1990), better known by the stage name Kidd Flow was born and raised on the west side of Dayton, Ohio. He relocated to the Cincinnati area in 2001 with his mother and siblings. He writes lyrics, produces beats, does graphic design work and handles their viral activity.
The duo has released four albums and five mixtapes. Being that they have always been their own writers, producers, and engineers, each project shows constant progression. They continue to give away their mixtape collection for free while the albums are available on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Napster, etc.
They have shared the stage with popular artists such as Nappy Roots, Curren$y, Afroman, Mac Miller and more.
They’ve been featured on Talib Kweli’s "Blacksmith Community Mixtape" (Hosted by DJ Mick Boogie) and Zion-I's "The Search and The Seizure" mixtape after AmpLive heard the song made to his remix of Radiohead's "Weird Fishes/Arpeggi", which was on his popular Rainydayz Remixes album.