805 Skitzo Productions is an entertainment company founded by Ronald R. Kilbert a.k.a. Ron-Loc. He was born in the city of Ventura California and raised between Oxnard CA & St. Louis MO. He first noticed he his skill for Hip Hop/Rap when he engaged in a freestyle battle with his father Donald a.k.a. Don The DJ Juan in the early 90s on the streets of St. Louis. In 1997 Ron-Loc took his first shot at rap following the tragic deaths of Hip Hop icons 2pac and The Notorious Big in hopes of fueling his addiction for popular and competitive street music. During the first 4 years of is journey he focused on memorizing his freestyles, because he didn’t have the patience to sit down with a pen and pad to write rhymes. He later developed his skill for writing rhymes when one of his English teachers introduced him to poetry. Ron-Loc also produces engineers and master his own songs heavily influenced by west coast legends Battle Cat, Dr. Dre, Jellyroll and Black Traxx. His style is a mixture of four main components a west coast delivery, with Midwest vibes, a hardcore east coast lyrical arsenal topped with a dirty south structure.
"A Musician In The Digital Era"
I'm facing the same socially inflicted pressure and obstacles in 2012 as musicians in the classical era. It only makes me wonder, is it a coincidence or are certain people conditioned to condition artist this way for what results from past experiments have shown. This analysis leads me to my next thought of why I am at peace with not operating at maximum potential for a constructive matter in mass quantities. The thought of knowing that it's going to the grave with me is an honor and I find peace in my life being this way. The sensation of beautiful music coming and going from the brain through the heart without being translated or shared with vultures is greater than the sensation of victory and the human taught version of success. I believe greatness has come and gone without being exposed or documented so many times that it exceeds what humans claim we know and understand to the trillionth power.
Ronald R. Kilbert