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Sunday, July 16

Respect - Ron Trent


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A perennial presence in music since the early 90's, Ron Trent pulls no punches! Considered to be one of the architects of the Chicago music scene, Ron studied and collected various types of music as a young boy, taking cues from his father who ran a record pool in the late seventies. Later becoming a respected DJ in his early teens in the mid eightes. Ron began to work on his own productions which lead to his first release, the highly recognized classic "Altered States" in 1990, giving him international acclaim.

In 1993, Ron and the renowned vocalist/producer Chez Damier began creating the template for what would become the signature Prescription sound, eventually finding it's way into various remix and writing production hits, and implementing the conception of Prescription Records. Prescription Records, together with it's sister label Balance, introduced the likes of Anthony Nicholson, Abacus, Glenn Underground (CVO), Moody Man, Norma Jean Bell, Joshua, Peven Everett, Rob Mello and Luke Solomon to the world. During its course, Prescription became known for issueing superbly produced, often epic dance music by drawing influences from all over the globe and delighting club goers, as well as DJs with its highly unique sound.
Ron's sound expanded in 1997 with the release of the dance classic "Ncame U.” With writing partner Anthony Nicholson, famed vocalist D'bora, and Peven Everett on trumpet, this record launched Ron onto the NYC dance scene. After Ron's move to NYC, he quickly gained respect as a DJ/Producer by doing various gigs at Body and Soul, Shelter and hosting his own events at the legendary night club Vinyl in downtown Manhattan.
Outside of running his record labels, Prescription and the new imprint Future Vision, Ron continues his work as an international DJ. Together with his partner, Sonia Hassan, Ron’s monthly Chicago residency Africa Hi Fi allows him to educate people musically by presenting interactive formats of visual art.
Listen here some of his latest work:
sample1/sample2 > "Dub Life"
sample1/sample2 > "Happiness" (w/ QH)
sample1/sample2 > "Love To The World"
sample1/sample2 > "Space Is The Place"
sample > "Deep Ocean" (Ron Trent African HI FI Mix)
sample1/sample2 > "Fall" (Ron Trent's Africa Hi-Fi mixes)


  • At 4:41 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Yes, Ron Trent have great sence.


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