Bust A Clip
The pride of Houston, Texas, aka "the Freestyle King," has been bringing home-town, homegrown hip-hop style and sonics to appreciative audiences since the late 90s: both as an underage protÃƒÂ©gÃƒÂ© of the late legendary mix tape visionary, DJ Screw, and on his own hugely successful CDs. Whether keeping it totally underground on classic joints like, The Leprechaun (1999) or unleashing his trademark flow on chart-topping releases Underground Legend (2002) and U Gottta Feel Me (2004). Lil' Flip has grown from being a regional contender to an A-list heavyweight champ. "People think that when you get that crossover success you forget where you came from," Flip explains. "But now that I have more fans I'm gonna keep bringing what they came to me for in the first place. I can't forget where I'm from and what brought me to where I am now."
Born Wesley Weston in Houston's Cloverland neighborhood, Flip was a teen when he grabbed the attention of the groundbreaking Houston hip-hop genius DJ Screw, architect of a unique style of mixing, cutting and scratching. Impressed with young Flip's prowess, Screw (who died of a heart attack in 2000) initiated Flip into his elite and loosely knit Screwed Up Click posse.
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