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Article: Deuce (singer)
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===Hollywood Undead and departure (2005-2010)===
 
===Hollywood Undead and departure (2005-2010)===
 
{{See|Hollywood Undead}}
 
{{See|Hollywood Undead}}
Deuce co-founded the band [[Hollywood Undead]] as a vocalist and producer with close friend Jorel Decker (J-Dog), The band began their musical career with the creation of the rap-rock song "The Kids" which was greatly promoted by [[Jeffree Star]]. Deuce initially adopted and recorded songs with the band under the pseudonym "Tha Producer" due to his role in production but shortened this pseudonym to "Deuce" shortly after.<ref name= "Interview With Hollywood Undead">{{cite web|url=http://www.shavemagazine.com/entertainment/090702|publisher=Shave Magazine|author=Ziyah Karmali|title=Interview With Hollywood Undead|date=July 2, 2009|accessdate=November 3, 2011}}</ref> At the time of Deuce's departure, Hollywood Undead had gained success with [[Swan Songs (Hollywood Undead album)|Swan Songs]], which peaked at number 22 on the [[Billboard (magazine)|''Billboard'' 200]] in its first week.<ref name= "Swan Songs Billboard">{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/#/album/hollywood-undead/swan-songs/1171415|publisher=Billboard|title=Swan Songs&nbsp;— Hollywood Undead|date=September 20, 2008|accessdate=November 3, 2011}}</ref> A few EPs were released, the ''[[Swan Songs B-Sides EP]]'' and the ''[[Swan Songs Rarities EP]]'' in 2009 and 2010, respectively. In 2009, Hollywood Undead released their first live album, ''[[Desperate Measures (Hollywood Undead album)|Desperate Measures]]'', which peaked at number 29 on the ''Billboard'' 200.<ref name="Desperate Measures Billboard">{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/#/album/hollywood-undead/desperate-measures/1295156|publisher=Billboard|title=Desperate Measures&nbsp;— Hollywood Undead|date=November 28, 2009|accessdate=November 3, 2011}}</ref>
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Deuce co-founded the band [[Hollywood Undead]] as a vocalist and producer with close friend Jorel Decker (J-Dog), The band began their musical career with the creation of the rap-rock song "The Kids" which was greatly promoted by [[Jeffree Star]]. Deuce initially adopted and recorded songs with the band under the pseudonym "Tha Producer" due to his role in production but shortened this pseudonym to "Deuce" shortly after.<ref name= "Interview With Hollywood Undead">{{cite web|url=http://www.shavemagazine.com/entertainment/090702|publisher=Shave Magazine|author=Ziyah Karmali|title=Interview With Hollywood Undead|date=July 2, 2009|accessdate=November 3, 2011}}</ref> At the time of Deuce's departure, Hollywood Undead had gained success with [[Swan Songs (Hollywood Undead album)|Swan Songs]], which peaked at number 22 on the [[Billboard (magazine)|''Billboard'' 200]] in its first week.<ref name= "Swan Songs Billboard">{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/#/album/hollywood-undead/swan-songs/1171415|publisher=Billboard|title=Swan Songs&nbsp;— Hollywood Undead|date=September 20, 2008|accessdate=November 3, 2011}}</ref> A few EPs were released, the ''[[Swan Songs B-Sides EP]]'' and the ''[[Swan Songs Rarities EP]]'' in 2009 and 2010, respectively. In 2009, Hollywood Undead released their first live album, ''[[Desperate Measures (Hollywood Undead album)|Desperate Measures]]'', which peaked at number 29 on the ''Billboard'' 200.<ref name="Desperate Measures Billboard">{{cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/#/album/hollywood-undead/desperate-measures/1295156|publisher=Billboard|title=Desperate Measures&nbsp;— Hollywood Undead|date=November 28, 2009|accessdate=November 3, 2011}}</ref>hhjgvjhvhhhhhjjjjjjgggg
   
 
In 2009, the band fired Deuce after causing the band several problems. Hollywood Undead member Charlie Scene (Jordon Terrel) explained in an interview with ''World Famous Rock'' that Deuce did not show up on tour after the band refused to continue paying over $800 a week to bring along his personal assistant, (Jimmy Yuma), whom they paid for for nearly 4 months. The band also explained that it was a struggle having Deuce in the group. In an interview with ''Bryan Stars'', Da Kurlzz stated, "It was so bad, that I don't think there would've been another record if he was still with us. We bent over backwards to accommodate Deuce".
 
In 2009, the band fired Deuce after causing the band several problems. Hollywood Undead member Charlie Scene (Jordon Terrel) explained in an interview with ''World Famous Rock'' that Deuce did not show up on tour after the band refused to continue paying over $800 a week to bring along his personal assistant, (Jimmy Yuma), whom they paid for for nearly 4 months. The band also explained that it was a struggle having Deuce in the group. In an interview with ''Bryan Stars'', Da Kurlzz stated, "It was so bad, that I don't think there would've been another record if he was still with us. We bent over backwards to accommodate Deuce".
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Reporter: Mark (anonymous)
Date: Thursday, the 12th of May 2016 at 06:44:34 AM
Status: Reported
Thursday, the 12th of May 2016 at 06:44:34 AM #104316
Mark (anonymous)

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