|Ron Browz Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Date of Birth||December 6, 1979|
Ron Browz is an American record producer, rapper, songwriter, singer, and recording artist who burst into the limelight after producing the critically acclaimed Jay-Z diss track titled Ether by Nas. He gained further recognition in 2008 when he started recording music as a rapper and dropping popular singles including the gold number Pop Champagne. Ron has released several albums like Etherlibrium (2010) and a number of EPs such as Timeless (2009). He is the recipient of many accolades, for instance, the Urban Music Awards in 2009 for “Best Collaboration”. Browz has amassed more than 250k followers on Instagram.
Rondell Edwin Turner
New York City, United States
Record Producer, Rapper, Songwriter, Singer, Recording Artist
Auto-Tune, Keyboards, Sampler, Vocals
- Ether Boy Records (CEO)
- Mpire Music Group
- Universal Motown Records
5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
74 kg or 163 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- Beard and mustache
- Tattoos on his body
Ron Browz Favorite Things
- Part Of The Production Process – Drums, having searched for and snatched a drum from anywhere be it old records or CDs, and having believed that people would never like the record if the drums are not good
Source – Beat Tips
Ron Browz Facts
- He hails from Harlem, New York.
- He has recalled that he started off when he was around 16 years old and every time he would see the MPC, he would crave to play around with it. When he had finally got the scope to get a hold of it, he taught himself how to do it.
- Ron has recollected that when he had first begun getting his groove, he had found mixing to be the most difficult part about producing. He had to learn how to chop with his manager always teasing him about his chopping. That had made him determined and he had worked on it eventually having learned how to chop up the samples, kicks as well as snares up.
- His success with the song Ether had fetched him the nickname Ether Boy.
- Ron had founded his own record label imprint named Ether Boy Records.
- Browz has disclosed that although some artists look for a signature sound, he has always tried to be versatile, having never wanted people to get bored with the sound. He has attempted to switch up whenever possible. He has understood that having a signature sound can be cool as if people wanted a particular sound they would know whom to go to but he has personally never wanted to pigeon-hole himself like that.
Featured Image by Ron Browz / Instagram