Chopped-Up Not Slopped-Up

In 2006, OG Ron C had made appearances on 106 and Park, Rap City as well as other DJ’s mixtapes. He had chopped up over 100 major and independent albums, as well as over 200 mixtapes for artists such as Three 6 Mafia, Master P, Chingy, 8Ball & MJG, Prophet Posse, Devin the Dude, Z-Ro, the Ghetto Boys, Lil’ Flip, Pitbull, and Chamillionaire’s Sound Of Revenge Chopped and Screwed, Universal, which has sold more than any other screwed and chopped CD on a major label. OG Ron C has also appeared in XXL, The Source, Ozone, Murda Dog, and Down Magazine, as well as in an assortment of other publications.

OG RON C had been chopping up tapes for years. In 2001 DJ Screw the founder of the hip hop sub-genre of SCREW passed and OG RON C had a vision of keeping DJ SCREW music alive! Through the ChopNotSlop app OG Ron C continues to Chop up music and keep the focus on the Late Great DJ SCREW.

OG RON C & The ChopStars

OG RON C had been chopping up tapes for years. In 2001 DJ Screw the founder of the hip hop sub-genre of SCREW passed and OG RON C had a vision of keeping DJ SCREW music alive! Through the ChopNotSlop app OG Ron C continues to Chop up music and keep the focus on the Late Great DJ SCREW.

The Chopstars & Drake Purple Scorpion 🦂

OG Ron C attended Wiley for a year and worked at the school-run radio station KBWC. After being there a year Ron C took a lead at Houston urban station 97.9 The Box in promotions as an intern.

On the south side of town a new subgenre of rap that had been created by DJ Screw was so popular that the sound was being played on the north side.

In 1995, Swishahouse was founded as a joint venture between the two DJs. DJ Screw let south-side MCs rap on his tapes and the Swishahouse would soon do the same for rappers on the north side.

In 1994 Ron C was given a paid position at KBXX 97.9 FM. That same year he met Michael “5000” Watts who was also a DJ at the station.

Ron C teamed with Watts (who released “party tapes” which are called mixtapes today) to release a screwed and chopped tape of their own.

In the 12th grade he got a job on the first street team for Houston radio station Majic 102. During his senior year Ron C earned a grant to attend Wiley College in Marshall, Texas, to study communication.

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