Westside of New Orleans, Louisiana native Shorty Duece drops visuals to "Pour Liquor" featuring SNM Pip. “Pour Liquor” is informed by an undeniably Southern instrumental, blending the soulful twang of Louisiana with a knocking trail of drums. As the momentum grows with each note of production, Shorty Duece goes blow for blow, and fits a highly-quotable spark of lyricism into every pocket, every note, and every sound that the song has to offer. Meanwhile, as he’s become known for, the underlying sense of melody behind this one ties “Poor Liquor" together as an easily memorable release, and one that might just push Shorty Duece above and beyond Louisiana.
Making his NOLAZINE debut today, the rap artist goes hard and recently delivered a new visual for his most recent single titled “Pour Liquor” as him and SNM Pip spit bars throughout the entire song. The New Orleans rapper is one of those rare cases of obvious talent from the first word you hear him rap, and it is clear that Shorty Duece boasts the type of ability that is quite difficult to come by in Louisiana, and more specifically, New Orleans.
WATCH SHORTY DUECE "POUR LIQUOR" FEATURING SNM PIP MUSIC VIDEO BELOW: