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Once Upon A Rhyme=LP


Feeling a bit camera shy


Influences include: Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, E-40, and TuPac.
Flairick has a flavor that is entirely new to the southwest.
Flairick originally got started making beats off of the playstation, using MTV music generator. Making beats for his homies. The word got around that this cat had some tight beats. He then realized that he had a natural and intense passion for music. He decided to graduate from sampling off of the playstation and started making his own beats on a keyboard he bought from Radioshack. The very first song he ever wrote, started out as nothing more than a poem for his girl. As he wrote the poem at the same time he was listening to one of the beats he made on the keyboard when he got the idea to incorporate the poem with the beat. After writing two additional verses, he had completed his first song ever. Slowly he began expanding his library of beats and songs, while adding recording equipment to his home studio. He sharpend his producing skills and at the same time he developed a new style of his own. There has never been an artist from the SOUTHWEST quite like this. His first album was put together after two years of practice and patience. This is how the Once Upon A Rhyme album was born. Together with his older brother Big Jucee, they founded Royale Productions. Flairicks second album schedualed
will feature more bangin artists from the southwest. Artists such as Scarecrow with his psyco-lyrical style, Ike and Flacs, The Dons, and the notorious "PALO-MAN".