DUUO, formerly known as A-Game, are twin brothers with a long history of accomplishments and accolades in the music industry. Representing Toronto, Rommel, aka ‘Nov’ and Robert, aka ‘Chase’, are both energetic and skilled artists that compliment each other’s style. As A-Game, the brothers have worked with Grammy winning and nominated producers like T-Minus, Boi 1da and Wondagurl and with singles like 2012’s ‘MMMDI – (Money Made Me Do It)’ which had remixes featuring Kardinal Offishall and Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, Ryan Leslie, they have a proven track record of delivering indie hits.
DUUO, having performed alongside some of the industries top artists over the past decade, completed 2 cross Canada tours with Rich Homie Quan, and wrapped up a 40 city tour across the USA in 2019. Building a relationship on the road, DUUO are currently working closely with Rich Homie Quan and releasing new music under his “Rich Homiez” brand. The debut single from the group as DUUO, “Stadium”, is a catchy and uplifting record with incredible production. Both brothers shine lyrically as they drop a classic for fans new and old. Claiming on the record, “I remember when they hated”, DUUO is coming out heavy and proving themselves once again with quality music.
The video for “Stadium” has just premiered on Rich Homie Quan’s YouTube channel and is already making noise online with fans. The video was directed by veteran director Zac Facts and A$h Bankz who delivered sharp and eye-catching visuals. “Stadium” is sure to be on your summer playlists as DUUO plans to keep dropping music non-stop. Back and better than ever, DUUO is here to shake up the industry as their fan base continues to grow.