Streetz -N- Young Deuces are a Milwaukee duo that have been making a name for themselves for a few years now. They started receiving major recognition back in 2006 with their mixtape We Want In Volume 2 and have been going strong ever since. Two have appeared on mixtapes with some impressive deejays like DJ Drama and DJ Green Lantern. Their music has been played on radio stations in a variety of states like Atlanta and New York. And they have been featured in prominent publications like The Source and Ozone Magazine. Those are some nice accomplishments for an underground act from a city where the Hip-Hop scene is tough to master. But the fellas aren’t letting all of the success go to their heads. In fact, they state that their music is for the underdogs and hope to reach people who often find themselves being underestimated. The end game for the pair is to get Milwaukee some recognition in the Hip-Hop world. They feel the city and it’s talent are being slept on. A sentiment that a lot of their fellow Milwaukee artists are sure to agree with.
Recently, Streetz -N- Young Deuces dropped a brand new video for their song “Treadmill.” The single is off of their current project, Next Day Air. The tape dropped in March and can be found at Ruby Hornet via the above provided link. The single was produced by Shotgun Shorty. The video was directed by Mark Gage and Brad Hollander. The plot for the visuals follows the two as they go about conducting some good old fashioned hood business. Things seem to go well during the final transaction but then take a slight twist. Readers will have to watch to find out what happens. In between the storyline are solo shots of Streetz -N- Young Deuces and some cameo appearances. Most noteworthy cameo comes from local female deejay/rapper/model Miss Sushi Lor. Looking good Sushi! Overall, this was a fresh video. It had a cool sleek cinematic feel to it.
**My Two Cents: I thought this was a dope video. I got love for Streetz -N- Young Deuces’ music. So it was a pleasure to be able to feature their video on the site. It was an entertaining number for a good track. I definitely think readers should take a minute and check it out. Support the duo and give an ear to that mixtape too. -MinM