Former Hollywood Undead singer/rapper Deuce is getting set to release 'Nine Lives,' his debut solo album, on March 27.

Experiencing unprecedented success as the frontman for Hollywood Undead, and creatively fueling the band's fire that lead to millions of views on YouTube and over 800,000 in album sales of their album 'Swan Songs,' Deuce's solo effort picks up right where the aforementioned sensation left off.

Noisecreep got its hands on 'America,' a cut off the forthcoming album. Check out the exclusive premiere below.

"When I was writing this song I was thinking a lot about my own struggles and how it connected to life in this country. America represents freedom and so does this song," Deuce told Noisecreep about the track.

Listen to 'America' From Deuce

"This album has that signature Deuce sound and is similar in flavor to what I created on Swan Songs, but completely unrestricted and rated NC-17. I took some of the shit I couldn't get away with on Swan Songs and brought it to another level for Nine Lives. If you liked what I did before you will love this shit. Deuce lives motherf---er," says Deuce.

'America' is available for download now on iTunes. Deuce's 'Nine Lives' will hit stores on March 27 via Five Seven Music. For more information on Deuce, follow him on Twitter and Facebook.

Watch Deuce's 'Nine Lives, Vol. 1' Video

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