In the Cre8tive4K directed video for the My Rookie Year produced “Exquisite”, Jui$e Leroy strolls through Korea Town eating fried rice out of a Chinese take out box while rapping his ass off in a Japanese Mandarin shirt. He lyrically delivers potent content over dirty pianos and a heavy 808 bass. This video opens the flood gates for his future content while the song is featured on his current project, “Trappy Chan”.
Dallas-Fort Worth artist Jui$e Leroy formerly known as Tony Staxx comes from a broken home and stiff background. Originally from Ennis, TX, his father moved his family to Fort Worth where Jui$e became active in the gang banging lifestyle. He began rapping at an early age idolizing Tupac and UGK. After his parents split up, Jui$e Leroy solidified music as his outlet and a way to ventilate. He made an acquaintance with a local record label exec at the time by the name of Big Mac with Deadly Venom records and began making a buzz around the city by the moniker Yung Q.
Leroy performed on syndicated television stations and had records spun on Dallas-Fort Worth top two Hip Hop radio shows K104 and 97.9 the Beat. At the age of 19, Jui$e changed his name to Tony $taxx and shifted gears with his content gaining even more attention as a lyricist around Dallas Texas Hip Hop scene.
He featured on Scotty ATL and Cyhi tha Prince’s single Nigga Concentrate directed by Stack Moses which was featured on BET Jamz, MTV, Revolt TV, The Source and other major blogs. He performed alongside Nipsey Hussle, Curren$y and King Louie. 2015 he once again changed his stage name to Jui$e Leroy in reference to paying homage to the roots and culture of Hip Hop as Wu-Tang embodied in their Shaolin appreciation. The response has been electric and there is a lot more in store for this future phenom Jui$e Leroy.