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INDIE REVIEW RADIO/ Kay Rosemond & Ron Browz / INDIE Business

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In 1994, Kay began to see his career path change course after his Uncle Jimmy Henchman Rosemond, who was about to start his own management company, called him. Once entering the music industry Kay realized that art was not his only talent, as he quickly adapted to the scene and learned what something he feels very few comprehend – artists don’t live what they portray. It was at this time that Kay realized that the music business was in fact business first, and he began to actively increase his contacts. He was offered a job to work in the A&R department at the historic record label Motown while he was at Kedar Entertainment. Kay worked with a bevy of artists including Erykah Badu, Chico DeBarge, Lil’ Wayne, The Temptations and Joe. Kay-Kay is currently running his own music group. 

From his early work with Big L, Nas to more recent work with Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes, Jim Jones, the producer-turned-artist has made his mark on Hip Hop and Top 40 music across the board. In 2010, Ron Browz released the Etherlibrium street album exclusively on iTunes via his own Ether Boy Records. The 16-track project included cameos from Maino, Red Café, J.R. Writer, with all production handled by Ron. Influenced by the sounds of DJ Premier, Dr. Dre, and Havoc, Ron Browz’s first big break came in 2000 when he produced four songs on the late Big L’s album, The Big Picture, including the classic track “Ebonics.” Big L taught Ron about the music business, and exposed him to a new network of contacts.  Ron Browz soon found himself in an official deal with Universal Republic. By early 2010, a date was set for Ron’s major label debut album, however Browz opted out of his deal.

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