Roni Size (born Ryan Owen Granville Williams, 29 October 1969, Bristol)[1] is a British record producer and DJ, who came to prominence in 1997 as the founder and leader of Reprazent, a drum and bass collective. That year they won the Mercury Prize for their album New Forms.

Much of the acclaim centred around Size’s melding of the propulsive jungle beats accompanied by live drums and double bass. The band consists of Williams (compositions/programming), DJ Krust, Onallee (vocals), Dynamite MC and rapper Bahamadia (a former protégé of Gang Starr). As a result, Reprazent’s drum and bass is equally informed by hip-hop, funk, soul and house.

Roni Size Announces New Solo EP and Album in August via His New Label Mansion Sounds & As well, he has also Announced Return of Reprazent in 2015

Roni Size Announces New Solo EP and Album

British drum’n’bass pioneer Roni Size announced earlier this month that he will be releasing a new solo album Take Kontrol on August 25th via his new label Mansion Sounds. The 16 track album is his first in nearly a decade and will be preceded by a six,

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