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*With almost 10 years in the rap game Flame shows no signs of burning out.

The Grammy-nominated rapper, born Marcus Gray, continues to provide inspiration through his latest album, “Royal Flush.” While the title goes with playing poker, Flame cites a deeper meaning that carries a universal message.

“A lot of people in life talk about being dealt a bad hand. They feel like based on circumstances that happened in their lives they feel like they’ve been dealt a bad hand. And what I’m saying is that may be true. We’re born in a world that’s corrupt. Things don’t always go our way. We’re inconvenienced when we don’t want to be. And the Bible says that there’s a curse in the world. There’s things going on in our own souls. We fight against ourselves the things that we want to stop doing that we can’t. The things that we don’t want to happen to us that do. So we’re even affecting each other,” the rhymesayer explained to EUR’s Lee Bailey. “When I say royal flush, what I’m saying is you can be re-dealt the highest hand. You may feel like you got a bad hand, but through God, through Christ, you can be re-dealt the highest hand

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