Filed under: Crates,Killa Queens,Steady Bootleggin'
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Big Neek‘s been covered, so you know that the next stop on the Flushing excursion had to be a visit with Royal Flush, who is best described as a hustler that can rap his ass off. Following his numerous cameos on Mic Geronimo‘s album, Flush unleashed a strong LP of slick-talk and ill beats. It could be argued that Blunt Records dropped the ball by not putting the supreme “Rotten Apple” on the Ghetto Millionaire album, but RF hasn’t let any set-backs slow his roll, as he’s continued to drop white labels and street CD’s over the years.
While “Movin’ On Ya Weak Production” was a winner, when Flush dropped “Worldwide” over that addictive L.E.S. track I knew he was in to win. Other than being his contribution to the “LA,LA” saga, the song still thumps something terrible. A choice Ez-Elpee‘s beat, a classic Nas hook and a buttery flow combine to produce the timeless “Rotten Apple”, which is a timeless classic of the era despite being marooned in promo-only hell. “What Makes A Killa” and “Best Type of Rapper” present some superior post-2000 Flush, while “Section 8” suffers from shiny music but still comes off on the vocal tip. “Queens 4 Life” is an effective contribution form J-Love‘s album, while “It’s Royal Flush” finds the big fella slaying a Godfather Don track originally designed for Screwball.
Royal Flush – “Worldwide”
Royal Flush – “Rotten Apple”
Royal Flush – “Best Type Of Rapper”
Royal Flush – “What Makes A Killa”
Royal Flush – “Section 8”
Royal Flush – “Queens 4 Life”
Royal Flush – “It’s Royal Flush”
Next up” Flush’s guest shots.
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