With his outsized allure and tumultuous bars, Ron Suno is assuming control over the Bronx and then some. Getting durable with one of rap music’s most shrewd entrepreneurs, Suno shares the new video for “DCH,” his cooperation with Money Man. Populated by tormenting ensembles and carelessly played society stringed instruments, “DCH” is a vehicle for Ron’s pugilistic handwriting, his swelling bars knocking against each other in an enraged whirlwind: “Better believe it n****s change around what the f*ck was they thinkin’/This ain’t D’usse, however I’m drinkin’/I’m consuming medications to facilitate the aggravation in/All these projectiles flyin like it’s rainin'” In the video, shot by standard colleague Benny Max, Ron shows Money Man the NYC sights, going from a graffitied metro vehicle, to a Bronx rear entryway, to a poppin’ night club. “DCH” is the most recent video from Ron’s new venture SUNO MODE, following the clasp for the Jersey club-bent banger “ONE NIGHT” and the NYC drill gang cut “SALLY” ft. Kyle Richh, TaTa, and Jenn Carter
Currently a demonstrated motivation to the young with the undertaking’s viral single, “What They Gon Say” (north of 22 million Spotify transfers and 12 million YouTube sees) and its Rowdy Rebel-highlighting remix, SUNO MODE raises Ron’s irresistible enthusiasm higher than ever. Whether he’s mixing his Bronx drill sound with recognizable top choices on “Goodness LETS DO IT” or letting his refreshingly intelligent side radiate on “Tumble OFF,” the speedy undertaking advances without a dull second. The new undertaking is home to “SHOES” ft. DUSTY LOCANE and Rah Swish (2.3 million+ perspectives in three weeks), an exhibit for New York’s sturdiest steppers.
“I turned a switch on, releasing another power,” says Ron. “I ponder computer games, and how there’s a mode you need to get in and it can make you strong. At the point when I’m in SUNO MODE, I’m powerful.”
With the BX on his shoulders and the world in his grasp, watch out for Ron while he’s in SUNO MODE the entire summer.