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Trama – Bad Intentions

Trama – X Files

Trama – Gettin Money

Trama – Sounds

Trama – Tina


It is with great pleasure to introduce, Ron Glenn aka Trama. He is a twenty eight year old up and coming artist/producer who hails from Hampton, VA. He is a consummate performer who has amassed over 1,000 music beats in his collection. His musical prowess began at the ripe age of fourteen, when during this time; he was faced with the temptations of street life. Despite rapid crime and a few stepping stones, he graduated in 2004 with Honors. At this time, with the help of his mother, he conceptualized and created, 7 City Committee Productions. He has worked with many artists in all genres of music converging from Hip-Hop, to R&B. His musical style has been compared to the likes of such artists as Timbaland, Lil Jon and the legendary Quincy Jones. He has appeared many times on local radio stations 92.1 The Beat and 103 Jamz with DJ Bee. His first song, "Y U H8N," was introduced on Ms. Blendz's Production Room in 2000. In 2004, he was the opening act for Kayne West in Hampton, VA.
In April 2005, his song, "It Dont Stop," won the "Battle of the Beats," contest on EJ Greggs radio show on WOWI, 103 Jamz. He is in the process of utilizing his talent and showcasing his skills to many of the music industry contacts; such as Red Eye Network, an affiliation of Allen Iverson and his company ABK Entertainment, along with Johari Film Works. He has toured and played shows on the international level, from NYC with DJ Kay Slay to Virginia to Puerto Rico. In 2005, he was brought under the wing of producer Screwface and Chief Joseph Music/Universal, who has worked with the likes of Micheal Jackson, Blackstreet, Monifah, Blu Cantrell, and the Wild Wild West Soundtrack. He also has recorded with Lil Jay of the chart topping group Crime Mob.
After taking a break from music for over a decade, he has now created Only1 Media and has been creating a lot of buzz with songs like "Plenty", "X Files", and "Notorious", his ode to rap legend Notorious B.I.G. He maintains that music is his full time career. His steadfast philosophy is that, "Music is not a part-time job that you can clock-in and clock-out from 9 to 5.