by Chris Brown (featuring Tyga)

Album: Fan of a Fan (2010)
Charted: 68 14


  • This is a single by American recording artist Chris Brown and Young Money rapper Tyga from their independently-released collaborative mixtape, Fan of a Fan. The song features rapper Kevin McCall, also billed as K-Mack, who in addition produced the song.
  • Tyga explained the song's lyrical concept to MTV News: "Basically it's about you getting rid of this girl, you tried to make it work, but you got to move on. So you put up one finger, put up another, and then 'Deuces.'"
  • The song's black and white music video features Brown doing some krump street dancing alone. Later on he poses for the camera in scenes with Tyga and K-Mack. Up-and-coming Los Angeles-based filmmaker Colin Tilley, who has worked with Tyga in the past, directed the clip.
  • The video was #1 on BET's Top 100 videos of 2010.

Comments: 2

  • Greg from WashingtonDeuces to all my enemies
    I love this Chris Brown's track in particular
  • Dannette from New York , NyI love this song. Deuces to my ex boyfriends James and Jonathan.
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