Kevin Ducking (died c. 1994), better known by his stage name .38, was an American rapper from Houston, Texas. He was the younger brother of fellow rapper Point Blank, and was a member of the hip hop collective South Park Coalition. Ducking made appearances on songs by several members of the collective in the early 1990s, including Point Blank, PSK-13 and 20-2-Life. His solo song "I Wanna Fuck", recorded over the phone while Ducking was incarcerated, was included on the 1994 Bigtyme Recordz compilation album Bigtyme Vol. I - Still Afloat, but he was fatally shot in the early 1990s before being able to complete a solo project.