by: Bryant “B-Boy” Worthing @bboyworthing | Photos: Carlos Imani @carlosimani

We all have choices and Royce the Choice stays true to his name on many fronts. His choice to move to Los Angeles from Seattle to build his rap career is giving him opportunities he could only dream of. In the past several months as a signed artist to DJ Mustard’s label 10 Summers he has put out a nationally recognized mixtape Rich Off Mackin’ and earned writing credits on Fergie’s hit song “LA Love”. Needless to say the grind has been good to him as he continues to slay studios working on his next project due out this summer at some point.

He told himself one thing when he first moved to Southern California:

“Get this check boy, you living on the couch right now” Royce said.

10 Summers is an imprint label of Capital/Universal that has endless potential to be the next big thing in the rap game with Choice having a front row seat. Royce has a competitive spirit, knowing that his bars can get him to the places he wants to be.

“I was just better than a lot of n***** out here and not just LA really,” Royce explained. “There was a time when I didn’t feel like that.”

Stay up on Royce’s moves via Twitter and Instagram @razorramone he is on the bubble in a major way right now.