Last week, Milwaukee-native, Young Deuces released his 3rd album, All I Ever Wanted Was An Opportunity. His latest album since his 2018 release, My Unapologetic Black Thoughts, works as an introspective journey for the lyricist. The 11-track project leans on Grafh, Michael Christmas, Dear Silas, Burgie Streetz, Eazy Hayes, and Princess Beverly Ann for features. Completely produced by K. Mel Beatz, the album experiments with soulful samples and nostalgic instrumentation. On "Hold It Down", Dueces' velvet delivery dances over the West Coast-inspired beat. Funky enough to let the top down, the saxophone-laced track also enlists verses from both Burgie Streetz and Michael Christmas. Stepping away from the party, he continues on his path to reflection with the somber "My Life". Considered to be the "soundtrack of his life", All I Ever Wanted Was An Opportunity encaptures the rapper's wins and losses with fluidity and raw honesty. Overall, Young Deuces does a solid job of keeping the momentum going with this latest album.