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Deuce Fantastick – Words to the Unworthy [Video]

Edmonton, AB – E-Town’s own Deuce Fantastick just launched a video for the lead single – “Words to the Unworthy” – off his September-released album titled My Fantastick Reality.

Here’s the thing about Deuce: he’s one of the hungriest cats in the game. He knows that he’s got what it takes: “They call me Deuce/ But they know I’m the one.” So it only makes sense that the video shows everyone moving backwards while Deuce is moving forward. He feels that he’s way ahead of the rest of the pack.

But you know what? Deuce can go off about himself as much as he pleases, as far as I’m concerned. He’s got more than enough expertise in his craft to back-up his flex. And he’s taking it all in. He gives us a nice commentary on the heaven he’s been living in lately. Apparently the beef is Kobe. And the chicken is a la King. Those are metaphors though. It all means that Deuce is pretty damn satisfied right now. So I hope y’all are listening. You’d better take this joint as a warning shot fired. The video was directed by Jeff Eckert. Check it after the jump.

Deuce Fantastick - Words to the Unworthy [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

The one thing you’ll notice about this track that might make you a little salty (if you’re from Edmonton) is that Deuce isn’t repping his city.

No matter where you’re from, it’s pretty standard to rep your city. But Deuce is actually attempting to disassociate himself from the E-Town rap scene: “Don’t compare me to anyone from Edmonton/ I’m so Gretzky.” He follows that with some rhymes about how Gretzky was good with the “ices.” And then lays claim to being good with the “mic devices.” Bam!


Twitter: @DeuceFantastick | @Jeff_Eckert

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Sarah Jay is HipHopCanada's Associate Editor in Chief. Sarah is based in Calgary and works as a freelance journalist and photographer. Sarah is also an A&R talent scout for the Universal Music Scouting Program, and runs a vintage store during the day. Sarah has juried the JUNO Awards, The Polaris Music Prize, and The Prism Prize. She has been fortunate enough to interview and photograph some of hip-hop's greatest influencers including Future, ScHoolboy Q, Ghostface Killah, Moka Only, Maestro Fresh Wes, Shad, Joey Bada$$, Mac Miller, and more. Follow Sarah on Twitter: @IHeartTART

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