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Dujeous. Pronounced doo-jee-us. But it’s not about their name, it’s about who they are: a seven-man band, raised in the ways and days of old New York. Friends since elementary school, the Dujeous crew blew up through the NYC underground, selling out clubs, throwing monthly showcases that featured the best MCs in the Northeast, and burning up the airwaves of the legendary Stretch Armstrong radio show while they were still in high school. Fast-forward a few years and see who they are now: explosive live performers, feared MCs, in-demand musicians, and well-established producers set to unleash their sophomore album Day In Day Out. If you don’t know, now you know.

But it’s not about who they are; it’s about what they’ve done. The Duj graduated from hustling demos from streets and stages in 2004, when they sold 20,000 units of their debut album, the acclaimed City Limits. The record reached No. 6 on the CMJ charts and got spins at top stations like NYC’s Hot 97 and L.A.’s KCRW. Critics jumped on the bandwagon, calling Limits “groundbreaking” (allhiphop.com) and “a producer’s dream” (Time Out NY). Urb named the band one of their “Next 100,” while The Source featured them in its venerable Unsigned Hype column. The buzz propelled songs from Limits to the big screen, in movies such as Half Nelson, Blue Crush, Lift, and Kings & Queen, and the small screen, in TV shows such as Entourage, Saved, and Crank Yankers (for which Dujeous produced the theme song, featuring Rhymefest).

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  • SeveralPeople

    They are very good.

    23 Aug 2010 Reply
  • sixtwelve818

    They def. don't have enough plays for their amount of talent. shame.

    12 Dec 2008 Reply
  • saschamaj

    They delivered an outstanding show last Saturday at the Crash Mansion, NYC. You have to experience them live, one of the best HipHop acts I've ever seen! Great energy!

    9 Jun 2008 Reply

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