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Born Outside – [Ronnie Rage]

Ronnie Rage is an artist that I’ve now been following for probably close to a year if not longer, and as time has gone on, his skills have only gotten better. He has proved throughout his dexterous discography that he’s a man of many talents, showcasing his versatility every chance he gets, and this definitely makes him an artist who has been just so flat-out fun to listen to. While he is still only getting started, he decided to drop off a brand-new EP right at the end of last week called Born Outside, and this project only exemplifies exactly the kind of dexterity I’m talking about. Throughout this 6 song, 12 and a half minute long effort, Ronnie shows us a side of him that is a bit more lively and animated throughout a variety of synth-forward, overly compelling tracks that I could talk about all day if I had the time, so I just have to highlight a few of my personal favorites and let you check out the rest for yourself. In the opening track “Stay Up”, Dynox of Internet Money co-produced the record beginning with some epic, almost alien-like synths that remind me a bit of …

Middle of the Night – [Ronnie Rage]

Oftentimes when an artist is just starting out in their career, you can expect them to work on perfecting one aspect of their craft that can stick out to listeners early on, and the rest of their skills will fall into place as time progresses. For Ronnie Rage, however, he obviously doesn’t need time to perfect multiple different facets of his music because as experimental as he can get at times, it never seems like he even slightly struggles whatsoever, allowing his offerings to come as wonderful as they are natural. This is abundantly obvious on his brand new project Middle of the Night, a 5 song and just under 15 minute EP that was much more interesting and experimental than some of the other music I’ve heard from the rising star, yet even with the risks he took on this effort, none of his attempts fall flat but rather give us a look at another side of not only his talents but who he is as a person as well. After giving this EP a listen front to back, my first impression was the fact that each song just meshed so well with one another, seamlessly transitioning from track …

Restless – [Ronnie Rage]

Not too long ago, I was writing about Ronnie Rage’s latest song “Remember Me” and the insanely interesting video that came along with it, and I was looking forward to what else he had up his sleeve. I kept playing this aforementioned song over and over because it was just one of the best things I had heard in a while, so I figured while I awaited his next move, I had no choice but to just play it on repeat, or at least it felt like that’s what I was doing. Thankfully, that wait has come to an end due to the fact that Ronnie is back and better than even in his most recent offering. The song is called “Restless” and it also has an equally addicting video that comes along with it, so I couldn’t be more excited to share. Torrontaye, a talented producer that I wasn’t aware of prior to this offering, creates an incredible instrumental that is perfect for Ronnie to destroy. He does this with very stirring, pensive guitar strings being strummed in a momentum-building manner before rattling hats enter into the picture and hard-hitting 808s help add a more rapid pace to the …

Remember Me – [Ronnie Rage]

Ronnie Rage is one of the most exciting up and comers in the entire Rap industry, and he doesn’t get nearly as much buzz as he deserves. I’m not overly familiar with him, in all honesty, but everything I’ve heard from him has been pretty exceptional. He seems to be pretty dynamic with his flows, dexterous with his styles and just has an intriguing personality which has always been mandatory in the music industry. His skillset runs even further with the fact that he can produce music as well, proving that his talents extend further than just the microphone. When it comes to his most recent song “Remember Me”, it should be obvious why I think so highly of the newcomer. Although the track is almost a month old, he breathed fresh air into it with a new music video, so I had to circle back and mention all the ins and outs of the single. The beat, which is also produced by the man himself, begins with electronic, bouncy synths that play for a while before eventually being leveled up by rattling hats and under the radar drums that add a nice pace to the offering. Ronnie seems to …

4 Rings – [Ronnie Rage]

Ronnie Rage is an up and comer that I wasn’t too familiar with going into his latest song “4 Rings”. I’m glad I was put on though, because he has a very appealing voice, doused in autotune done as tastefully as possible. On “4 Rings”, the production is pretty light, letting his voice and vocal effects add new elements that might have been missing otherwise. I get the vibe of driving through a city at night that’s full of bright lights for the first time and just taking the ambiance in in its entirety. The hook is almost addictive in a way, getting stuck in my head after just one listen but I’m not complaining in the slightest. There doesn’t seem to be too much significance behind his lyrics, but this track doesn’t to need any special meanings or undertones to appeal to listeners. It’s plain and simply a well put together song that deserves to be bumped at speaker blaring volumes. I’m not sure exactly what’s up next for Ronnie Rage, but he’s got a great sound that’s bound to be noticed sooner or later. He still might have a bit of a journey to get to the level …

Stay Down – [Ronnie Rage]

We are always on the lookout for new artists here at Lyrical Lemonade and recently I discovered someone that goes by the name of Ronnie Rage thanks to the Lost TV/Pat Banahan directed video for “Stay Down”. Banahan does a fantastic job providing us with some of the cleanest aerial shots in recent memory as well as some trippy scene transitions to match the smooth song. While Pat’s A1 video skills were the reason I checked out the track, the song itself certainly did a good job of catching my full attention. Rage’s vocals are catchy as fuck and he possesses a very organic flow that kept me nodding my head during the whole video. It is also self-produced so we are looking at a multi-talented artist with lots of potential here, we will be keeping our ears peeled for his next drop. If you’re looking for new music to bump I would recommend hitting play on “Stay Down” below and enjoy some crisp Pat Banahan direction while you’re at it. As always be sure to follow the talented artists on Twitter (@ronniexrage  and @PatBanahan ) to stay in tune!