Edmonton’s Deuce Fantastick drops new visuals for “Flexin” featuring Mac Millon
Our Weekly segment The Weekly Eight returns with the new visuals for the Mac Millon (aka BMoney Grenier)-assisted visuals for “Flexin” by Edmonton, Alberta artist, Deuce Fantastick.
- Artist/Group: Edmonton, Alberta-based independent recording artist, Deuce Fantastick.
- Submission: New Label Productions-directed video for the Fantastick Vylintz and Mac Millon-produced single, “Flexin” (which also features Mac Millon aka BMoney Grenier). “Flexin” is the third video to drop in support of Deuce’s third studio album, Memoirs of the Hustler (aka M.O.T.H.) which we featured back in April. Millon is featured on the album a total of three times.
- Streaming Links: The video was published to Deuce’s official YouTube channel on Dec. 10, 2018. You can find the single on various digital streaming platforms including Apple Music, Google Play, and Spotify.
- Social Media: You can follow @DeuceFantastick on Instagram. Check out the official site, DeuceFantastick.com.
Check out the “Flexin” video below.
DEUCE FANTASTICK – FLEXIN (FEATURING MAC MILLON)
THE WEEKLY EIGHT INFO
Submission Sundays was a segment we introduced in 2018 to show love to the hundreds of artists and groups that submit new material to us weekly. The segment also gave us a chance to show love to people who weren’t already receiving regular coverage on HipHopCanada, and gave them a chance to connect with our viewers.
Towards the end of the year, we relaunched Submission Sundays as The Weekly Eight, with the same objective to help artists grow.
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A summary of this week’s selections:
- Shortop drops a “Classic” with visuals powered by Dragon Fli Empire
- Sudbury’s Jor’Del Downz teams up with Adam Bomb & Breana Marin for “Don’t Be Mad”
- LA newcomer Kyle Banks impresses with new “Time Go” video
- Why: Toronto artist Bryan Ghee drops new video in advance of mixtape
- Toronto artist Sense releases new Timeline-produced single “Owe God”
- Edmonton’s Deuce Fantastick drops new visuals for “Flexin” featuring Mac Millon
- British Knights: Plus Mo drops first video off new project, Cassette Tape 2
- UK artist Doberman enlists Chicago’s Azmattic for “A Good Day” single
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