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By the middle of the decade, the Simcos had moved to nearby Stone Creek.
He attended Langham Creek High School, where he was shooting guard on his school's basketball team, before dropping out in his senior year.
Simco was born on January 29, 1982, in Houston, Texas, to Anita Isaacs, a maid, and Ronald Simco, a Vietnam War veteran with severe post-traumatic stress disorder, who worked various jobs, including as a police officer and Walmart manager. He and his family lived in Copperfield, a suburb 25 miles northwest of Houston.
Growing up he was obsessed with basketball, playing frequently with other children in his neighborhood.
You couldn't deny his work ethic," going on to say, "Underneath that shell is a very intelligent man." He looked up to Northside Houston rappers from label Swishahouse, who were blowing up around that time, including Paul Wall, Chamillionaire and Slim Thug.
He began doing his hair up in braids popular among "Northsiders" like Slim Thug and shopping for bling at TV Jewelry, a store co-owned by Paul Wall and charismatic Vietnamese immigrant "TV" Johnny Dang, from whom Riff Raff also purchased gold grills.
Rex contacted Riff Raff after watching one of his freestyle videos in which he revealed his phone number, and soon enough the two became friends and began recording as Riff Raff and Dirt Nasty.
For a time, Riff Raff and his siblings were shuttled back and forth between Duluth and Houston, where their mother remained.
He did this with the help of his first talent manager, DB da Boss, whose studio provided recording and video services.
DB spoke with LA Weekly about the rapper, saying "He was very driven, very ambitious.
The trio premiered a Christmas parody song, "Ho-Ho-Loco", in the TBS Surprise! The group was featured in a Nerdist Industries production mixing DJ Khaled and Game of Thrones together, remaking the quadruple-platinum, "I'm the One", into "It's My Throne" with the trio playing characters from the HBO show.
In April 2016, Riff Raff announced a joint partnership with Stampede Management and BMG, signing a 4-million dollar artist venture agreement for his own label and production company, "Neon Nation Corporation.” According to label representatives, the scope of said agreement would include investments from the joint deal in the areas of musical recordings; publishing; performing musical acts; talent scouting for the territories of the world, and film production.