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My singles consist of:
1.Take you Home by Royale feat. Johnnee Law and Ramzez the Ruler produced by Johnee Law & Royale (Madam Music Ent.)
2. Good Enough by Royale produced by Johnne Law
3. Hater by Royale produced by Royalty Music
4. Pray by Royale feat Vegas of Jackpot Music and Golda

I have completed 3 mixtapes, including my most recent Red Carpet Affair ( released May 2009) and am currently finishing the EP

I do have singles, such as Take You Home, Hater and Good Enough being played on both online and radio stations.



What makes Royalty?

In a monarchy, when the monarch dies, there is always a very specific order of succession that designates the exact order of family members in line to the throne. "Royale," has now come to take her rightful place.

Who is Royale?

Being an only child and from a single parent home, she mastered music as a formal way of expression through song. Royale grew up in a home where religion was heavenly promoted, however; she gained tremendous insight from the streets . She remarks, "I've been everywhere in life, she states, I've seen some of everything life presents from the good to the ugly, and that's what defines me and I'm proud of it all."

As a young child, she fell in love with the piano, and took deep interest in the instrument. She states "I remember days when I would stay around after church service, just to play the piano. It was just something about the instrument that called out to me". She started her search of music in church, where she would play her renditions of songs. At the age of ten-years old, Royale composed her first song, "Let Me Free". She not only discovered her talent on the keys, but also in "voice".

As a teen, Royale realized her calling, and quickly identified it. She had discovered her muse.. Royale soon began her transition into the "rapper". Royale instantly feel in love with the art of rap, and it became just a part of her, as she did embracing it. "I loved listening to rappers like, Cool Moe D to Grand Master J, and I would attempt to start free styling over their hits, I was so wack!" She laughs. "I never stopped though, any song that came on the radio, I rapped on, and I taped it and I would tell my male cousins that rapper was going to be me someday, they just laughed". She speaks of how she always was somewhat of a tomboy at heart, and would challenge a lot of her male peers to a freestyle battle. She kids about all of the "freestyle battles she lost, but it was one battle she happened to win, resulting her to write her first rap song, "Its My Time".

As Royale's music began maturing, so her associations with others evolved as well to enhance her career. She associated herself with more musicians, rappers, singers, spoken word poets, and others of the same interest. At eighteen years old, she had made her final to decision to make rapping a full time career. Royale did her first recording sessions at Area 61 music studio in Miami. It was also at Area 61 that she had the pleasure of working with Ramzez the Ruler in 2003, and the two did a collaboration track, "P.I.M.P.S.T.R." As Royale's music started progressing, so did her collaborations. While in transition of making her first mix tape, she met Razor the Waterboy in 2006, another local Miami producer/artist, who took soon became her personal producer. Royale and Razor spent countless hours in the studio, where she released a hot single, "So Siddity" and first debut in 2008 at Almost Famous Showcase hosted by comedian Larry Dogg. It was at Larry Doggs Showcase where Royale exposed her gift to the world, as she performed in front of such acts as Grindmode, Brisco, and Def Jam Ent. To name a few.

Royale brings a new energy to the rap game. She is, vibrant, beautiful and talented, but incredibly humble. She is her music, and speaks her life's testimonies through all of her words. Although Royale is a rapper at heart, she is not intimated to express her soft side through her lyrics as with her song, "Luvin You". When asking Royale what was the inspiration behind her alias, she states, as with the quote used above, "I believe in a line of succession. You work hard, you play hard, but you have to be born into this. At twenty-three, I've worked, its now my time to do what I feel best at. You have to be born into royalty, and I was born into Royalty. I've had the honor of listening to the best mc's from Tupac, Andre 3000, Mc Lyte, and Foxy Brown to name just a few. They claimed their titles, and are passing their crowns down to their younger generation, and I'm in the making of gaining my title, and making my presence known. I've officially touchdown, you could like it, love it or hate it!"

Ladies and gentlemen. I introduce you to Royale. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride