Check Her Out: Ranna Royce

Ranna Royce. Photo Credit: Instagram

Say hello to Ranna Royce, a young Iranian American music industry executive, entrepreneur, and songwriter. Ranna is currently working for a high-profile celebrity firm, while being creative in different recording studios across the United States and helping manage musical acts. All in a days work! It’s safe to say Ranna is a certified boss.

It’s almost like she lives by the Jay Z lyric: “Difficult takes a day, impossible takes a week.”

She’s transforming to a television personality as she embarks on one of the main roles in Daddy Issues, an upcoming original programming reality series.

Ranna started in the industry as an intern at a talent agency. She then went on to a record label and learned firsthand from iconic record promoter Joe Isgro who’s been responsible for over 100 million records sold. The New York Times describes Isgro’s life as “a roller-coaster ride through Hollywood and the underworld, with associates ranging from rock stars to mobsters”. Ranna learned radio promotion and artist development from one of the best to ever do it.

In an interview with Hype Magazine, Ranna took the Jackie Kennedy Onassis integrity route and declined to comment about her recent engagement breakup with Grammy-Award winner Bizzy Bone. As many know, Bizzy Bone hails from the legendary Eazy E discovered rap quintet Bone Thugs-N-Harmony known for their hits “Thuggish Ruggish Bone”, “Tha Crossroads”, “1st of tha Month” and “Notorious Thugs” with the late Biggie Smalls.

Ranna Royce commands respect for her impressive music business hustle.

 

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