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Streetz & Young Deuces

Brown Deer, Wisconsin, United States | SELF

Brown Deer, Wisconsin, United States | SELF
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"Money Marathon Review"

Let's welcome Streetz & Young Deuces to the Rapmullet review section. The mid west stays dropping that quality product with it's thick talent pool. For those not in the know, these two are from Milwaukee and they have been doing their thing consistently for years now. DJ Heathen is hosting and keeping the music moving, shot to him too...welcome to the Mullet.

That into was some funny shit. You have to show some character in your mixtapes so that people can relate to you. I don’t know if I would have jumped shit off with “Im’a Get Money”. The track is catchy but it lacked energy and you def want to at least have one of your best tracks play first to hold that listeners ear. “System Go Wham!” would have been the first track if I was putting this together. It’s got that bounce and it showcases their flow along with those writing skills on the hook. The “Dialtone” remix with Sparkdawg was a perfect fit. Plus the way they set that up with the skit was classic. Maybe its just me but the remix for “Cause I Can” with JR Da Superstar is a hit. I’m telling ya’ll when Streetz & Young Deuces get on a high energy track they shine like a mutha fucka. What I like about this joint is it’s natural; meaning it can have your ridin’ out and it will get the club amped the fuck up too. Cats sound real comfortable on this joint. “I Love You Pt. 2” is my joint. Cats are hungry on this joint, ready to eat other MCs food. Peep it…”Me...I be on my g-packs and L-Bs / so little ni99a there ain’t nothing you can tell me.” Cats hit the booth and rhymed their ass off with this one. Concept wise I like how they flipped “Record Exec’s” over “Fully Loaded Clip”. Classic line..”Nick Cannon got a label…’shit I ain’t that hungry’”

This is a solid project right here. DJ Heathen def has the gift of gab and was a potent host. Plus he got his skills off a little too which on a mixtape is always a good thing. One of the main things that impresses me with Streetz & Young Deuces is they know their sound. They know what type of beats work for them and they have a great understanding of the formula they used to make music. Me being me, I’d like to hear them get a little more well rounded with the content. As I said above when they hop on a high-energy track, they shine and once they get the right beat and it’s timed perfectly it’s a wrap. So with that said I’ll be looking for their first mega-hit anthem sometime in 2008. (11/29/07) - Big Chew of

"Streetz & Yong Deuces Interview"

Streetz & Young Deuces been putting it down ina major way. Showingtheir verbal skillz on basically every song they rock they prove thatthe midwest cannot and will not be slept on. Forefronting the EMPmovement Streetz & Young Deuces is the name you think of. From thedrop of their Debut album "The Future" Streetz & Young Deuces show theindustry that making songs is not foreign to them, still on themixtape they grab the streets and let them know they ain't lost it.Streetz & Young Deuces has been said to be some of the hardest workingartist out, being affiliated with so many DJz, Producers & Websites.They have already been featured in major magazines such as The Source and on basically every hip hop website out. Never selling out they stick to what they know, the streets, you won't find alot of club songs from them. Streetz & Young Deuces is still the future and they hold the title well, it's only a matter of time before someone jumps on this group. - On Point Magazine (2006)



The Future (EMP Entertainment / Nterprise Records)

Welcome To The Future Mixtape Vol. 1
We Want In Vol. 1
We Want In Vol. 2
CORE DJz Presents Streetz & Young Deuces: Money Marathon
Hittmenn Djs Present Streetz & Young Deuces: Let The Midwest Breathe!!!

2006: So Fresh (Produced By 800)
2007: Ughh!! (This Gone Be Nasty) (Produced By 2Much of Black Tee Productions)
2007: Ughh!! (This Gone Be Nasty)(REMIX)feat. Polow da Don, Spark Dawg & Yung Texxus) (Produced By 2Much of Black Tee Productions)
2008: Dougie (Produced ByTha Franchize)
2008: Dat Guy (Produced By Tha Franchize)
2006: Me & U (Remix) (Cassie feat. Streetz & Young Deuces)
2007: Stay in Your Lane (Remix) (Teairra Mari feat. Streetz & Young Deuces)
2007: Cry No More (Remix) (Shareefa feat. Streetz & Young Deuces)
2008: Magic(DJ 2 Mello Remix) (Robin Thicke feat. Streetz & Young Deuces)



Streetz & Young Deuces got their start when their mixtape, We Want In Vol. 2, sold over 15,000 units through promotion on the street and on the Internet. Since then, they have appeared on numerous other underground artists' mixtapes, such as DJ Kurupt, DJ Stylz, and DJ Green Lantern. They have also collaborated with established acts like Scarface's Green City members Spark Dawg & Yung Texxus, Noelle, and Dipset artists Tom Gist, Body Head Entertainment's Choppa and Mims. While they have received little attention from Milwaukee area radio stations, other stations like WQHT Hot 97 of New York City and So So Def Radio in Atlanta have shown them support. The duo also receives a lot of attention on SIRIUS Satellite Radio and XM Radio.
Following their interview in the June 2006 issue of The Source, they began receiving national attention, soon appearing in Rago Magazine, Hip Hop Weekly, Ozone Magazine, Rap Fanatics, and One Mic Magazine. They were awarded "Up & Coming Artist of The Year" at the 2006 Get Em Magazine Awards, beating Bun B's group Mddl Fngz and Slim Thug's Group, The Bosshog Outlaws. Following that they secured a slot on the And 1 DVD series with their single "So Fresh."
Streetz & Young Deuces co-founded their own independent label, EMP Entertainment, and have signed eight other underground Milwaukee artists. They are currently sponsored by Crunk Energy Drink & 2520 Clothing.