Blew Duq is an American producer who doesn't take his work seriously (if you could even call it work).
The history of the name Blew Duq came from the classic film Billy Madison which was playing in the background at the time of the rap duo's inception. The project started in the summer of 2003 when two sophomores in high school were bored and wanted to make some quick cash. Lil Ke-Ke (DJ KEY KEY) was the writing force behind most songs and was the prominent one on the mic.
Blew Duq started here as the producer for their first 8-song EP entitled "Don't Be Homosexual". This EP featured cult hit classics such as "Serious Sebring", "Freestyle of the Millennium", "Chicken", and of course "Country Boyz". Beats were jacked from the internet and mixed with a stock computer microphone from the early 90's. All mixing was done in Sound Recorder.
The next year, the duo returned for their 18-track full length masterpiece with "Lil Ke-Ke and Blew Duq". Inspirations came from all sorts of things happening in the world such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mr. Bob Lowe, Ke-Ke's new F150, "X-mas in July", and a special "Country Boyz 2" in honor of the first masterpiece. Unfortunately, all copies of this full length CD have disappeared forever and will never see the light of day.
The duo took a hiatus until 2009, where Blew Duq began creating his own personal beats with Fruity Loops. The next album is under works, via last.fm, and will be available for full download through the site.
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