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|Born||December 6, 1982|
|Genres||Hip hop, R&B|
|Labels|| Ether Boy Records (CEO)|
Universal Motown (2008-2009)
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Rondell Turner, better known by his stage name Ron Browz, is an American record producer and rapper. He has his own record label called Ether Boy Records.
Turner first worked in the studio with rapper Big L and later produced Nas's song "Ether," which dissed rapper Jay-Z. In late 2008 Ron Browz started working on a solo album, Etherboy. The first single was "Pop Champagne" a collaboration with fellow Harlem rapper Jim Jones featuring Juelz Santana. "Pop Champagne" was included in Jones's 2009 album Pray IV Reign. The second single was "Jumping (Out the Window)" the music video was released on January 27, 2009. He was also featured on Busta Rhymes' first single "Arab Money" off his album Back on My B.S. and Capone-N-Noreaga's comeback single "Rotate" off their album Channel 10. His Etherboy album was never released and Browz parted ways with Universal in 2009.
Ron Browz released his debut album, Etherlibrium, on July 20, 2010. Browz has also been thrust into Pop Culture thanks to the use of his song 20 Dollars alongside footage from Slender Man alternate reality games such as Marble Hornets and EveryManHybrid. Recently, Browz has been giving fans free downloads of songs from his upcoming double album Random/Awkward. It has been announced that Browz' next album will not be the double disc set "Random/Awkward" Browz had been talking about on twitter (which had still, up until recently, had songs from it being put online to download for free by Browz himself) and will instead be a brand new album titled "The Christening".
The first single from The Christening will be Ape and Browz recently rapped up filming a promo video for the song, which features Herb Mcgruff. On October 17, 2011 The Christening was released. Browz is currently promoting the record, doing frequent interviews and live shows, sometimes accompanied by Mcgruff. Browz has stated he is already working on his next release, a sequel called "The Christening Part 2".
Collaborations with Nicki MinajEdit
He has collaborated with Nicki Minaj on three songs: