Named after an obscure made-for-TV-movie from 1974, the New York City quartet Bad Ronald fits in well with early 21st century crop of goofy rap-popsters as the Bloodhound Gang. Comprised of three MCs and a DJ (which includes gentlemen who go by the names of Ray, White Owl, Kaz Gamble, and DJ Deetlax), the group came together in the late '90s when all its members were working the NYC DJ circuit -- and sharing a common vision of wanting to form a band that combined rap, pop, rock, and sophomoric humor. 2001 saw the release of Bad Ronald's self-titled debut on the Reprise label. ~ Greg PratoPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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