Royal Flush, Of Iced Out Medallions Fame, Offers Extensive Preview Of New Album (Video)

In the late ’90s Queens, New York Hip-Hop renaissance, a lot of artists caught radio success on the strength of catchy singles. One such MC was Royal Flush. A native of Flushing, Queens (thus the name), R.F. came up under Mic Geronimo before prepping his ’97 debut, Ghetto Millionaire. With beats by Buckwild, L.E.S., and a young DJ Hi-Tek, the LP was bolstered by single “Iced Out Medallions,” featuring Capone-N-Noreaga (produced by the great E-Z Elpee).

Seventeen years later, Royal Flush pushes on. He recently offered an extensive video glimpse at Grand Capo, produced entirely by Grand Papa Tra. After watching these 10 minutes, which AFH spotted at, you may see that we can never judge MC’s sharpness by their frequency of output… word to Percee P.

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