Houston local Lil’ Turn emerged from the Dirty South motion among the rappers the legendary DJ Screw would make use of out of an exceptionally select roster. This notoriety brought Turn towards the forefront and his homemade cassettes would frequently sell with the trunkload at performances. His reputation gained him the nickname “the Leprechaun,” and he became perhaps one of the most in-demand MCs over the cut and screwed/Dirty South circuit. His 2000 self-release, The Leprechaun, was the main topic of an extremely warmed battle between main labels, and finally his label, Sucka Totally free Records, signed a special cope with Columbia. 2002 noticed the extended re-release from the Leprechaun, with 7-1-3 as well as the Underground Legend pursuing in the springtime of 2003.