Why You Should Know Royalé

F.K.A. DJ Big Rub of Chicago's Warehouse Night Club. Robert was first introduced to the House music business by watching "Bam Bam" Westbrook in the mid 80's when he created Westbrook Records with legendary House Music artist Mike Dunn & Armando. 

Dwayne Woods/Earthquake Sounds would have a then pre-teen Robert assisting with setting up the best sound systems around Chicago (Power House, Gallery 21, McCormick Place & more).

While attending C.V.S. H.S. he met and  became friends with now House legend Glenn Underground: then joining his House Crew, while secretly helping local producer Warlord create for Legendary artist such as Twista and D.A Smart. This circle would lead to his association with Titan.

While in college he began DJing on 89.3 fm WKKC's Friday Night Audio & co-hosting a show called The New Music Review. 

The Cliff Levingston's Riviera & The Crobar would be his first club debuts while sharpening his skills., his brother K Alexi would then bring him into The Warehouse family for his first residency for the Legendary "Sunday Service" This allowed him to work with many legends (Craig Loftis, (Uncle) Joe Smooth, Armando, Mike Dunn,Gene Hunt, Ronn Caroll, Emanuel Pippin, Andre Hatchett, Julian Jumpin' Perez & Bad Boy Bill).

Robert learning more about the Chicago scene would land a job as the pressman for Trax Records (yes, he actually pressed vinyl records, some of which you may remember. Johnny Fiasco, Mark Farina & D.J. Chunk-A-Buds' 90's Hit "Zig-Zag" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPXlPgUORU4

 & the white labels Lost Records, Record Review 


Mike Dunn's "Beat that Shit" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHhFu2aj7uw

& more). 

Later he would hold down a residency at the at The Clique (The Epitome/E2's) Night Club. Followed by Mike Dunn giving his fellow Warehouse brother a spot at The Convent.

Cajmere aka Green Velvet purchased his first  single "Kick Da H0es Out Da House. 

Nepenta Records released the second (Chicken Head E.P.) https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Big-Rub-Chicken-Head-EP/release/75555 or  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so-PJHq-M6Q

by this time was DJing regularly throughout the city: Tues. night Open Mic at the Millennium Club, Wed. Night at The Clique, Thurs. night upstairs in The Warehouse "Loft", Fri nIght Back at the Clique in "The Comedy Clique" room (befriending Deray Davis, Deon Cole, B. Cole, Sheree Luckett, Leon Rogers and others), Sat. nights would be great for Royalé as a young D.J., opening up the Clique, then going to rock the Warehouse Loft all night long.

When the Warehouse closed and re-opened at the Prop House; then Big Rub, would rock the back room every weekend building it up with other Go gettas like Sundance, The Chocolate Jocks, and G-Spot.

He also dealt in Hip Hop, as an un official member of the Mainframe. He produce and did remixes for the underground Chicago rap scene. Running with Just Ro, SUN, J.U.I.C.E., Ang 13 and other Go Ill rhyme spittas he performed on stages with Redman, Keith Murray, and Helter Skelter (aka Tha Boot Camp Clique. 

His talents lead to him producing for Nike, "The Game of Life" with G.O.O.D. Music's Grammy Award winner Malik Yusef (exec prod by Terry Hunter.) and an unreleased hip hop song with Chicago House Music Legend Gene Hunt, rapping under the moniker Minista G.https://soundcloud.com/user963399346/my-mind-is-a-prison-feat-minista-g-aka-dj-gene-hunt 

He then went on to co-create 6.0.6. Entertainment Inc.; with friends Steve Smitty G. Smith and Kelly Nino Ross Orsby. They helped cultivate the young talents of DEFWish( Def Jones aka Hellcat Jones), King Bingo (360)

https://soundcloud.com/igub/what-the-fuck-you-wanna-do-rx , NuBearth (Precise & Creole G.) https://soundcloud.com/user963399346/6-0-6-entertainment-chicken

 Bhudda Bless, Tyref Tha M.C., Lucky Luciano (aka Mikie Da Grip) https://soundcloud.com/user963399346/6-0-6-entertainment-rubbers and Pistol Pete Penguin, while rapping and producing music themselves.https://soundcloud.com/user963399346/6-0-6-entertainment

Robert Royalé BKA B.R Baby would control the Chicago underground exotic dancer circuit with what was bestowed upon him as the "Hollywood" moniker. Dancers, Music, & all your debaucherous heart desired; even rapping himself.



His bass heavy anthems like "Hold It Down" https://soundcloud.com/user963399346/hold-it-down-606-anthem-pt and sexy odes such as "Ebony Ecstacey" https://soundcloud.com/user963399346/ebony-ecstacey-feat-buddah-bless-platinum-plus 


Royalé connects with Jerry C. King, and immediately does a remix for the queen of KDM Kim Jay "Energy" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iS5smzqt-sQ

From this Royalé Court Music (RCM) is established. In the 2 years of business RCM has released over 35 songs, https://www.traxsource.com/label/28958/royale-court-music

releasing projects by 3 other artists and works by K' Alexi Shelby, Titan Guillotine Davis are constantly being dropped; along with production by The Smooth Agent Smith. https://soundcloud.com/smoothagentrecords101/coming-soon-robert-royale-dreaming-of-smooth-agent-disco-mix-clip