Ronnie C Rouse (born September 10, 1983), better known as Ronnie C, is an American rapper and producer from Fayetteville, NC. He owns music production company Green Room Production.

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Ronnie C Rouse was born to SFC Ronnie Rouse [1](ret) and SFC Anna Rouse [2](ret), on September 10, 1983, Fort Bragg, NC.


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The Music

Besides himself, Ronnie C has produced for numerous artists including St. Laz, Big Cas, Rain, and female rapper Lady Luck (rapper). He is associated with many musical acts from Fayetteville, NC including Lo-Keys, J. Cole, Timothy Bloom and many more. He gained notoriety after releasing the "New Industry Bangers: Special Ronnie C Edition"[3], an instrumental mixtape that has the most plays ever on mixtape website for a solo producer.



The Best Of Ronnie C (2006)

Kinda Like Crack (2006)

Okay, It's My Turn (2007)

Power Moves: The Mixtape (2007)

Part One: The Pressure (2007)

New Industry Bangers: Special Ronnie C Edition (2008)

Part Two: Rehearsing The Dream (2008)

DJ SCARFACE PRESENTS: Ronnie C - It's Whatever (2008)

Ronnie C Life's A Beach [BONUS EDITION Hosted By The Wright Brothers (DJ IZZY NICE & DJ IKE G DA)](2012)

External links

  • [4] The Official Website Of Ronnie C
  • [5] "A lasting reminder of the past Bonnie Doone means home to its residents" By Henry Cuningham and Allison Williams, Fayetteville Observer-Times June 24, 1999
  • [6] "POLICE SWEEP BONNIE DOONE" By Lora Hines, Fayetteville Observer-Times July 2, 1998
  • [7] "BONNIE DOONE NEIGHBORS GIVE POLICE HIGH MARKS" By Josh Shaffer, Fayetteville Observer-Times August 1, 1998
  • [8] "Children Cross Cultural Bridges With Help Of Summer Program" By Melissa Clement, Fayetteville Observer-Times July 21, 1992
  • [9] "Building Bridges By Vicki Hyman", Fayetteville Observer-Times June 23, 1992
  • [10] "Battle of the Iron Mics Rappers get the beat By Jim Washington", Fayetteville Observer-Times March 5, 2004
  • [11] "Births" Fayetteville Observer-Times December 18, 2004
  • [12] "Argument Ends With 2 Dead" By Lora Hines, Fayetteville Observer-Times July 22, 1998
  • [13] "Argument Ends With 2 Dead" By Lora Hines, Fayetteville Observer-Times
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