The DJ pair, aka Duck Sauce, has just released a catchy new song and it comes with a hilarious music video.
Remember when people thought Barbra Streisand sang a song called “Duck Sauce”?
Well, the quirky dance duo Duck Sauce, which sang the 2010 hit track Barbra Streisand, finally released its debut album last week. The album title? Why, Quack, of course.
Duck Sauce is made up of music producers and DJs Armand Van Helden and A-Trak (aka Alain Macklovitch). Over the past few years, the pair has been churning out hit single after hit single like the aforementioned Barbra Streisand, aNYway, Big Bad Wolf and Radio Stereo. Except for Big Bad Wolf, the other three songs are all included in Quack.
Also in the 12-track album are Chariots Of The Gods (featuring Rockets), Charlie Chazz And Rappin Ralph, It’s You, Goody Two Shoes, NRG, Everyone (featuring Teddy Toothpick), Ring Me, Spandex and Time Waits For No One.
This week, the duo releases NRG, an infectious number that samples a little-known 1985 Melissa Manchester song called Energy. To accompany the single, Duck Sauce also released the NRG music video, and it is pretty funny.