The Bronx’s Deyvon L. Rosa (professionally known as FlowBoy Duce) started rapping at the age of 12 and released his debut demo, “How I Tell It” at the age of 16, catching the attention of Def Jam in 2006. His 2011 debut project, The Healing Point: Vol. 1, has grasped the attention of Hot97’s DJ Cocoa Chanelle, opening doors for him to work with several artists and creating movie soundtracks. He has since then has production credits for Waka Flocka Flame, Juicy J., Jay Z, Kanye West, and more. Duce was also placed in the 2016 NY anthem, “Brody” with Love & Hip Hop: NY’s Jacquae.
Following his recent project, Payola, Duce has released his new, swagger-filled single “Pay For That”, produced by Ambiance Beats and Da Union DJ Mr. Famous. The single has reached over 14K streams on Spotify and counting.
“Pay For That” is out now on all digital media platforms.
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