Confident and with a dope flow, Ron Oneal does everything in a colossal way. 

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Rap Renegade Ron Oneal aka Black Bottle Boy is a stand-up guy. He’s a good fella. He represents the L.E.S (Lower East Side of Manhattan, NYC). He’s one of L.E.S’ “Made Men.” Confident and with a dope flow, Ron Oneal does everything in a colossal way. During All Star Weekend 2015 he amazed Maybach Music general Rick Ross with a relentless freestyle. The video clip went viral and that added to Ron Oneal’s street legend status. The freestyle video sent the Internet into a frenzy. It received over 2 million views with over 1 million views on WorldstarHipHop.com alone. http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhvg5Kl5Mp3JOe9C8K

Ron Oneal is building a worldwide movement with his long time rap partner Sv Skee (L.E.S BBB). SV Skee is Ron’s elementary school friend, brother from another and right hand man who grew up with him making all of the music together. Ron Oneal’s style is a blend of reality rap and braggadocios lyricism. He kicks sharp rhymes over bass-heavy tracks while sharply telling realistic stories about his life and his peers. His sound hearkens back to the days of hard body beats and grimy rhymes delivered with authenticity. There is an undercurrent of realness in his voice. “Everything I’ve seen, done, felt, heard, been through, and witnessed I put in my music,” proclaims the rapper.

Equally important, every time Ron Oneal steps into the booth his goal is to create timeless music that resonates with the masses. Ron Oneal dropped the “If Not Me Who” mixtape which was hosted by Power 105.1FM’s DJ Self. The mixtape received kudos and acclaim from many DJ’s and fans alike. Ron Oneal is riding high on the release of his latest project entitled “Son Of Rome” hosted by Hot 97’s DJ Magic. The lead single “Son Of Rome” is impacting mixshows around the country.

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