“Dazzey Duks” was the name of rap duo Duice’s just charting one. But that’s quite an fulfillment since the one marketed two million copies. The only real strike one from LA indigenous L.A. Sno and Creo-D., who hailed from Barbados, was motivated by the brief shorts put on by the type Daisy Duke over the CBS-TV strike series The Dukes of Hazzard. Released on TMR/Bellmark (the last mentioned imprint was possessed by previous Stax professional Al Bell), “Dazzey Duks” proceeded to go double platinum, striking quantity 19 R&B, quantity 12 play late 1992. A significant feat for a fresh act on an unbiased label.