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*5 Singles
**8 Mix CD's
***6 LP's
****8 Videos

1996- Niggalympics: The 1st Annual Ghetto Games (Single)
1997- DD7 (Single)
1999- DUO DIE (Maxi-Single)
2000- Mharch Mhadness (LP)
2001- Faith feat. Angie Stone (Single),
2002- We Invented The Fre-Style (Mix CD), The Spot (Video)
2003- Ist H.I.M.Pressions (LP), Midnight Oil (Mix CD)
2004- The Official Free Lunch Mix CD Vol. 1 (Mix CD), The Official Free Lunch Mix CD Vol. 2 (Mix CD)
2005- Free Lunch: The Hood Gotta Eat Too (LP), The Color Of Money (LP, *Street Version)
2006- Ghetto Gold (LP), That's What's Next Vol. 1 hosted by DJ Kay Slay (Mix CD), Cash Those Checks hosted by DJ Khaled (Mix CD)
2007- The Color Of Money (LP, *Retail Version), That's What's Next Vol. 2 hosted by DJ Absolut (Mix CD), Princess feat Fabolous (Video)
2008- Caught Up feat. Talib Kweli (Video), Drama (Video), Runnin Outta Time (Video), Change (Video), Summer Stacks feat. Angie Stone (Video), Shootin feat. Billionz, Joell Ortiz, Red Cafe, Uncle Murder & M.O.P. (Single & Video)
2009- Work Ethic hosted by J-Ronin & DJ Snips (Mix CD)



Over the past two years DUO LIVE, the rap industry’s most major independent group, has successfully captured millions of impressions with the help from VH1, BET and MTV2 by airing music videos from their “Color of Money” album. The first video released, “Princess” featuring Fabolous and Al B. Sure, spearheaded the initial national attention of Rasta Rap group, DUO LIVE. Immediately to follow, “Caught Up“ featuring Talib Kweli and “Summer Stacks” featuring songstress Angie Stone seamlessly filled every gap available for broadcast exposure on an independent level. Visual reference: www.youtube.com/duolivenyc.

Strong and courageous, members Fre and Sid V of DUO LIVE approached the beginning of year with new single “Shootin” featuring Billionz, Joell Ortiz, Red Café, Uncle Murder and M.O.P., an on-the-court salute to street ballers world wide. The Brooklyn anthem “Shootin” instantly became a hit on New York radio stations and clubs. Both “Summer Stacks and newly released “Shootin” charted number one on college radio stations. “Shootin” also grabbed movie makers attention, serving as the anthem for the upcoming film entitled “The Black Out” (check out www.theblackout.tv). “It is our public duty to keep creating and distributing these service announcements we categorize called rap songs. DUO LIVE is the pulse of multiple environments and we strategically report the truth of both the streets and the suites in our own coded way. Our music is understood by the leaders and facilitators of our movement, that’s the Hip-Hop movement” says DUO LIVE member Fre.

In the lab continuing to create that signature sound for DUO LIVE’s upcoming album, member and Producer Sid V recently placed music on the upcoming Fabulous and Angie Stone albums. “Just to gather that euphoric energy needed to assemble the upcoming release, we had to set up shop in several territories outside of New York including Jamaica, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Atlanta and our second home, Miami. We gathered that authentic rhyme, rhythm and reason for the project you will soon hear,” says Sid V aka DJ BluRay.

DUO LIVE is releasing a brand new mixtape “Work Ethic” via the All Elements Crew, NYC’s underground DJ J Ronin along with UK’s finest DJ Snips. Member Fre is also featured on Talib Kweli’s newest upcoming mixtape collaboration entitled, “Liberation Vol. 2” produced by Mad Lib. A focused Fre says, “Our newest commitment to the public is to release new music every single week until the release of the album, we will not let you down, keep watching as we are.”