Houston native Duece Flame is making a name for himself in his new home of Los Angeles. Duece has been working on “Headspace” since 2017 and has finally decided it was time to let the world into his “Headspace”. Released via his own label Come Up City Records, the album is available to stream and buy across all platforms HERE.
“Headspace” is fully produced, engineered, and written by Duece Flame which makes this project his most transparent yet. The 16-track album is meant to be looked at in two parts, ‘The Plot’ and ‘The Memory’. ‘The Plot’ is the first half of the album that reflects all the steps taken to get over negativity and elevate himself to where he is now, while ‘The Memory’ is the last half of tracks that focuses on the dark things in his life he needed to accept to become who he is today.
To celebrate the release of the album, the self-proclaimed Flame Daddy threw an album release party that sold out a week before the event. Duece gave an energetic live performance of the entire album which was met with the crowd cheering and rapping along with him. The event, which was held in a beautiful creative space in Los Angeles, also featured exclusive, hand-made #Headspace merchandise that attendees made sure to buy at the end of the night.
Duece Flame also released a music video for the track “No Cap” here.
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