Ron Tha DJ

Ron Tha DJ also known as Mr. Country vs. City is from great the state of Mississippi. He is known for his versatility and professionalism as a deejay. He is an up and coming deejay, who is taking the world by storm. He enjoys being a tour, mixshow and radio deejay. He is the official deejay for the world renowned Dancing Dolls featured on the Lifetime television reality show “Bring It!”. Currently the Dancing Dolls are on 33 city tour throughout the Midwest to East Coast of the United States.

Ron Tha DJ began deejaying in 2009. He initially became embedded in music from middle school by doing weddings and local house parties. Striving for success as a distinguished deejay, he ensured his services with great customer service in order to build his clientele. Some major accomplishments along his deejay career besides being featured on Lifetime TV Network was, deejaying for major organizations such as American Cancer Society AND Mississippi Blood Services. He also has traveled across the world to deejay weddings in Montego Bay Jamaica and Temecula, California. RonThaDJ has also been able to deejay for artist such as Silk, Mr. Magic of New No Limit, Dorrough, Lil Cali and more. RonThaDJ is the tour deejay for RFD Pioneer, an artist on a label entitled Black Dolla Entertainment.

Ron Tha DJ also is affiliated with companies such as Black Dolla Entertainment, Sneakerboxx Clothing, Dancing Dolls and Bring It Live Tour DJ, DJ/Radio Personality for WFQY BDay 99.1, as well as a Shoguns DJ on 66 Raw Radio. With the help of Streets On Swoll Promo and Consulting, LLC, Ron Tha DJ’s career is continuously progressing through his exposure at various events and venues.

Ron Tha DJ continues to strive for greatness as a deejay and a person. The love for music and his passion as a deejay fuels his drive and willingness to tackle various opportunities for the progression of his career. Be sure to follow Ron Tha DJ via (@RonThaDJ) on all social media, and on his website www.RonThaDJ.Com.

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