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Duice

About Duice

The Los Angeles duo of L.A. Sno and Creo-D, Duice scored a major hit in 1992 with their double-platinum single "Dazzey Duks." A booty-praising jam in the tradition of cuts like "Tootsie Roll" and "Whoomp! (There It Is)," it captivated audiences while simultaneously christening a new slang term for ultrashort cutoffs. As a group they faded into one-hit wonder obscurity, though their trademark song is still found on dozens of booty-bass compilations.

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Duice

The Los Angeles duo of L.A. Sno and Creo-D, Duice scored a major hit in 1992 with their double-platinum single "Dazzey Duks." A booty-praising jam in the tradition of cuts like "Tootsie Roll" and "Whoomp! (There It Is)," it captivated audiences while simultaneously christening a new slang term for ultrashort cutoffs. As a group they faded into one-hit wonder obscurity, though their trademark song is still found on dozens of booty-bass compilations.

About Duice

The Los Angeles duo of L.A. Sno and Creo-D, Duice scored a major hit in 1992 with their double-platinum single "Dazzey Duks." A booty-praising jam in the tradition of cuts like "Tootsie Roll" and "Whoomp! (There It Is)," it captivated audiences while simultaneously christening a new slang term for ultrashort cutoffs. As a group they faded into one-hit wonder obscurity, though their trademark song is still found on dozens of booty-bass compilations.

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About Duice

The Los Angeles duo of L.A. Sno and Creo-D, Duice scored a major hit in 1992 with their double-platinum single "Dazzey Duks." A booty-praising jam in the tradition of cuts like "Tootsie Roll" and "Whoomp! (There It Is)," it captivated audiences while simultaneously christening a new slang term for ultrashort cutoffs. As a group they faded into one-hit wonder obscurity, though their trademark song is still found on dozens of booty-bass compilations.

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