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When it comes to the love and passion of making music, Rico Real has been through the roughest weather, but still manages to stand tall. The Atlanta-based artist and producer was born in Macon, GA where his interest in music came from family influences and hip-hop and R&B legends. Raised by a single hustling mother, he had a strong desire to piece together a master plan to become the bread-winner and take care of her while providing opportunities for others. His ability to write and make music stemmed from writing poetry at an early age. Along his journey, He started Realest Records and released his self-produced underground album Don’t Be Scared and sold thousands in the streets from being motivated by people like Master P, Ludacris, etc. Eventually turning to mostly producing, He later produced a compilation album called Dareala4treala – Servin Da Streetz and thousands of copies were also moved. The compilation included several artists from the Middle Georgia area in which one of the artist by the name of Dp Da Don signed a record deal from the hit singles Southern Delight which was remixed featuring Khujo Goodie from Goodie Mob and GA Swag featuring Pastor Troy. Rico Real also produced a song for Dp Da Don called In My Zone featuring Shawty Lo, which was never released because of the death of Dp Da Don. This tragedy, along with other artists passing and going to prison was even more fuel to his drive and passion. He continued to produce and help underground artists pursue their dreams until one day he realized he had been attempting to help others so much that he had put his own dreams and goals on the backburner, this lead to him grabbing the mic again on a mission. He started back recording under a new name Re-ak and dropped the mixtape Time To Re-ak in 2012. Moving forward, He was also fortunate enough to produce and record with Atlanta artist K.Camp and states that the experience was real motivating. Taking it to the next level, he decided to change his name back to Rico Real and get back to his roots where it all started under his new label Born Bred Entertainment. The name Rico Real was given to him by his homeboys who always said he and his music were blunt and real as can be, but he now says that the real part in his name is all about doing what has to be done to feed the fam and survive and it gets no realer than that. He describes his style as a pot of gumbo because there’s something in it for everyone to like and you never know what you might get from his versatility.

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http://www.facebook.com/thericoreal

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When it comes to the love and passion of making music, Rico Real has been through the roughest weather, but still manages to stand tall. The Atlanta-based artist and producer was born in Macon, GA where his interest in music came from family influences and hip-hop and R&B legends. Raised by a single hustling mother, he had a strong desire to piece together a master plan to become the bread-winner and take care of her while providing opportunities for others. His ability to write and make music stemmed from writing poetry at an early age. Along his journey, He started Realest Records and released his self-produced underground album Don’t Be Scared and sold thousands in the streets from being motivated by people like Master P, Ludacris, etc. Eventually turning to mostly producing, He later produced a compilation album called Dareala4treala – Servin Da Streetz and thousands of copies were also moved. The compilation included several artists from the Middle Georgia area in which one of the artist by the name of Dp Da Don signed a record deal from the hit singles Southern Delight which was remixed featuring Khujo Goodie from Goodie Mob and GA Swag featuring Pastor Troy. Rico Real also produced a song for Dp Da Don called In My Zone featuring Shawty Lo, which was never released because of the death of Dp Da Don. This tragedy, along with other artists passing and going to prison was even more fuel to his drive and passion. He continued to produce and help underground artists pursue their dreams until one day he realized he had been attempting to help others so much that he had put his own dreams and goals on the backburner, this lead to him grabbing the mic again on a mission. He started back recording under a new name Re-ak and dropped the mixtape Time To Re-ak in 2012. Moving forward, He was also fortunate enough to produce and record with Atlanta artist K.Camp and states that the experience was real motivating. Taking it to the next level, he decided to change his name back to Rico Real and get back to his roots where it all started under his new label Born Bred Entertainment. The name Rico Real was given to him by his homeboys who always said he and his music were blunt and real as can be, but he now says that the real part in his name is all about doing what has to be done to feed the fam and survive and it gets no realer than that. He describes his style as a pot of gumbo because there’s something in it for everyone to like and you never know what you might get from his versatility.

Follow @ricorealworld on twitter!

http://www.ricorealworld.com/

http://www.facebook.com/thericoreal

 

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When it comes to the love and passion of making music, Rico Real has been through the roughest weather, but still manages to stand tall. The Atlanta-based artist and producer was born in Macon, GA where his interest in music came from family influences and hip-hop and R&B legends. Raised by a single hustling mother, he had a strong desire to piece together a master plan to become the bread-winner and take care of her while providing opportunities for others. His ability to write and make music stemmed from writing poetry at an early age. Along his journey, He started Realest Records and released his self-produced underground album Don’t Be Scared and sold thousands in the streets from being motivated by people like Master P, Ludacris, etc. Eventually turning to mostly producing, He later produced a compilation album called Dareala4treala – Servin Da Streetz and thousands of copies were also moved. The compilation included several artists from the Middle Georgia area in which one of the artist by the name of Dp Da Don signed a record deal from the hit singles Southern Delight which was remixed featuring Khujo Goodie from Goodie Mob and GA Swag featuring Pastor Troy. Rico Real also produced a song for Dp Da Don called In My Zone featuring Shawty Lo, which was never released because of the death of Dp Da Don. This tragedy, along with other artists passing and going to prison was even more fuel to his drive and passion. He continued to produce and help underground artists pursue their dreams until one day he realized he had been attempting to help others so much that he had put his own dreams and goals on the backburner, this lead to him grabbing the mic again on a mission. He started back recording under a new name Re-ak and dropped the mixtape Time To Re-ak in 2012. Moving forward, He was also fortunate enough to produce and record with Atlanta artist K.Camp and states that the experience was real motivating. Taking it to the next level, he decided to change his name back to Rico Real and get back to his roots where it all started under his new label Born Bred Entertainment. The name Rico Real was given to him by his homeboys who always said he and his music were blunt and real as can be, but he now says that the real part in his name is all about doing what has to be done to feed the fam and survive and it gets no realer than that. He describes his style as a pot of gumbo because there’s something in it for everyone to like and you never know what you might get from his versatility.

Follow @ricorealworld on twitter!

http://www.ricorealworld.com/

http://www.facebook.com/thericoreal

 

 

 

I enjoy breaking in NEW ARTIST...so why NOT!!!!

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When it comes to the love and passion of making music, Rico Real has been through the roughest weather, but still manages to stand tall. The Atlanta-based artist and producer was born in Macon, GA where his interest in music came from family influences and hip-hop and R&B legends. Raised by a single hustling mother, he had a strong desire to piece together a master plan to become the bread-winner and take care of her while providing opportunities for others. His ability to write and make music stemmed from writing poetry at an early age. Along his journey, He started Realest Records and released his self-produced underground album Don’t Be Scared and sold thousands in the streets from being motivated by people like Master P, Ludacris, etc. Eventually turning to mostly producing, He later produced a compilation album called Dareala4treala – Servin Da Streetz and thousands of copies were also moved. The compilation included several artists from the Middle Georgia area in which one of the artist by the name of Dp Da Don signed a record deal from the hit singles Southern Delight which was remixed featuring Khujo Goodie from Goodie Mob and GA Swag featuring Pastor Troy. Rico Real also produced a song for Dp Da Don called In My Zone featuring Shawty Lo, which was never released because of the death of Dp Da Don. This tragedy, along with other artists passing and going to prison was even more fuel to his drive and passion. He continued to produce and help underground artists pursue their dreams until one day he realized he had been attempting to help others so much that he had put his own dreams and goals on the backburner, this lead to him grabbing the mic again on a mission. He started back recording under a new name Re-ak and dropped the mixtape Time To Re-ak in 2012. Moving forward, He was also fortunate enough to produce and record with Atlanta artist K.Camp and states that the experience was real motivating. Taking it to the next level, he decided to change his name back to Rico Real and get back to his roots where it all started under his new label Born Bred Entertainment. The name Rico Real was given to him by his homeboys who always said he and his music were blunt and real as can be, but he now says that the real part in his name is all about doing what has to be done to feed the fam and survive and it gets no realer than that. He describes his style as a pot of gumbo because there’s something in it for everyone to like and you never know what you might get from his versatility.

Follow @ricorealworld on twitter!

http://www.ricorealworld.com/

http://www.facebook.com/thericoreal

 

I enjoy breaking in NEW ARTIST...so why NOT!!!!

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