Double Duchess Gives It Up for AusChron and Austin Pride

The hottest queer hip-hop act in the Bay Area sends Austin a little love.

Double Duchess Gives It Up for AusChron and Austin Pride

Double Duchess, the infamous bucket betch superduo we love the most, blew us a kiss and released a special track. See the tweet, hear the track, and share the love, after the jump:

Have a look at the feature interview with our own Rob Cohen right over here to see what they're celebrating, and come out and see Double Duchess at the Werk! Fashion Show at the AT&T Conference Center on Fri., Sept. 6 and on the Main Stage for Austin Pride during the festival at Fiesta Gardens, Sat., Sept. 7. www.austinpride.org. Keep up with last-minute Pride updates here at "The Gay Place."

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