Deuce & Sab'rey have been making music together since their childhood in Evanston, IL, aka the North Pole of Chicago. Influenced by Chicago artists like Twista, Crucial Conflict, Do or Die, and Psychodrama, as well as hip-hop superstars like Biggie, Tupac, Eminem, Outkast, DMX, and Nas, their early ...
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Deuce & Sab'rey have been making music together since their childhood in Evanston, IL, aka the North Pole of Chicago. Influenced by Chicago artists like Twista, Crucial Conflict, Do or Die, and Psychodrama, as well as hip-hop superstars like Biggie, Tupac, Eminem, Outkast, DMX, and Nas, their early lyrics were raw and gritty, focusing on the chaos of street life and hustling. They performed together all over the Chicago area as part of their group, The Billa Click.
Going separate ways to pursue college degrees, Deuce went to Washington, DC where he co-founded Heavy Syndication, an indie record label. Sab'rey soon moved to DC as well to further his music career. Deuce & Sab'rey decided to work together, this time as a duo, GooD HooD, and in 2008 released their debut street album, Grindin Season, paying tribute to their urban upbringing yet looking forward to a brighter future.
Harnessing the power of the internet and social networking to connect with producers and other artists from across the globe, GooD HooD's style has rapidly matured. By blending their lyrical prowess with the creativity of a diverse range of progressive, worldly composers, they are developing a new sound using innovation and experimentation as their blueprint. With each new song, they continue to outdo themselves, proof that the best is yet to come!
Recently, they worked with Cool Kids Forever to produce the music video for "Game Tight," and had their song "Break a Leg" featured in the independent Puerto Rican film, ELITE. They are currently preparing to release their new album, LIQUID ASSETS in July of this year.
Experienced showmen, GooD HooD have opened for Fat Trel, Little Brother, Do or Die, Fort Minor, Flex Matthews & Akir. They have performed at Chicago's historic Bud Billiken Parade, the Washington Park Afro-Caribbean Festival of Life, DC Carnival, and the Baltimore Music Conference. Other notable venues where they have performed include the Congress Theater, LIV, Nation, U.S. Beer Company, Velvet Lounge, Bill's Blues Bar, The BooCoo, Pure, Queen Makeda, Pyramid Club & Spot Lounge. Their music has been featured in the independent films "Signage" and "Elite" as well as on various mixtapes and internet/college radio.
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