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Bad Ronald

Called after an obscure made-for-TV-movie from 1974, the brand new York Town quartet Poor Ronald ties in very well with early 21st century crop of goofy rap-popsters as the Bloodhound Gang. Made up of three MCs and a DJ (which include gentlemen who pass the titles of Ray, White colored Owl, Kaz Gamble, and DJ Deetlax), the group arrived collectively in the past due ’90s when all its users were operating the NYC DJ circuit — and posting a common eyesight of attempting to type a music group that mixed rap, pop, rock and roll, and sophomoric laughter. 2001 saw the discharge of Poor Ronald’s self-titled debut within the Reprise label.

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