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Audio: Ronny J – “Miami” ft. Duki & Sfera Ebbasta
The Game-Changing Producer/Artist Shows His Range With This Urbano Banger
“Ronny J is the producer at the center of South Florida’s belligerent rap scene, first making beats for Denzel Curry, and now supplying younger locals like Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, and more. He has quickly, and quietly, become one of the most influential beatmakers of his generation, producing heavily distorted rave rap through the speakers on his laptop, inspiring a new class of rabble-rousers and rap anarchists.” – Pitchfork
“Over the past few years, no rap producer’s name has been more synonymous with distortion than Ronny J. Though born in Camden, New Jersey, the 25-year-old is best known as the sonic anchor to South Florida’s rambunctious hip hop scene.” – The FADER
“After making a name for himself as one of hip-hop’s most distinctive producers, Ronny J has been branching out as an artist in his own right. The arrival of his debut album OMGRONNY last year solidified him as a multi-talented musician, and now he’s been showcasing his versatility even further with another string of strong singles.” – Complex
“Ronny J Is Hip-hop’s Most In-Demand Producer, And He Knows It” – Interview
“There’s a sound: blown-out and lo-fi, with enormous, thumping bass and explosive, percussive rap flows. And pretty much all of it can be traced to the producer Ronald J Spence Jr, better known as Ronny J.” – Vice
A foundational figure in the South Florida SoundCloud scene, Ronny J never tires of finding new worlds to conquer. Showing off his vocal talent with an ode to his adopted hometown, Ronny shares “Miami,” his new single. Brimming with Ronny’s signature distortion, “Miami” is a tuneful and bass-heavy slice of urbano, offering a booming reggaeton beat and mosh pit-ready 808s. Featuring guest verses from Argentinian trapper Duki & Italian rapper Sfera Ebbasta (who rhymes in his native tongue), the new song showcases Ronny’s vocal ability, as he crafts a magnetic auto-tune hook and delivers boss-life bars in English and Spanish. “Miami” is set to appear on Jupiter, Ronny’s forthcoming follow-up to his 2018 solo album OMGRONNY, which featured the hit “Costa Rica” (85 million streams).
Over the past few years, Ronny J has emerged as one of hip-hop’s most vital producers, making the beats for several Gold and Platinum records. Born in Camden, NJ, just across the river from Philadelphia, Ronny re-located to Miami in college, where he spent most of his spare time making beats. In 2013, Ronny established himself in the South Florida rap scene when he connected with Denzel Curry, earning a prominence that would allow him to connect with and craft the sonic blueprint for the new wave of stars, including XXXTentacion, Ski Mask The Slump God, Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, and more. The rapper/producer established an astonishing list of accomplishments, connecting with Kanye West for the Platinum-selling “I Love It,” producing 6ix9ine‘s “BEBE” (over 1 billion views on YouTube), crafting diss tracks for Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly during their beef, and connecting with X and Ski Mask for festival anthem “Take A Step Back.”
Now ready to re-assert himself as a solo artist, Ronny prepares for Jupiter, his most ambitious project yet. Look for Jupiter to drop in Summer 2020.
Buy/Stream “Miami” ft. Duki & Sfera Ebbasta: https://ffm.to/miami
Ronny J Background:
Ronny J knows his way behind the boards and in the booth. Although he’s quickly garnering a reputation as one of hip-hop’s ascendant producers, the Miami resident (by way of Camden, New Jersey) started his career as a rapper. “I bring more to the table,” he says of his background as an artist. “It gives me an idea of how artists sound on records and rap on beats. It gives me ideas to share with them. It definitely helps.”
“Miami” ft. Duki & Sfera Ebbasta: https://ffm.to/miami