East Coast rapper Royal Flush made a solid yet ultimately unsuccessful bid for a mainstream breakthrough in 1997 with an album (Ghetto Millionaire) and a pair of singles ("World Wide" and "Iced Down Medallions"), none of which made much impact. Originally affiliated with Mic Geronimo, the Queens rapper recorded for Blunt Recordings, which TVT Records distributed briefly, and collaborated with some established producers, most notably EZ Elpee, Hi Tek, and L.E.S. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi