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Local music sensation "Ronnie Run" signs record deal

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

Big things are on the way for a local music sensation.

You probably recognize Ronnie Run. He's been a familiar face here at "9 on your side" ever since he was featured on our morning "Java Jams" program. He also wrote the song "Enough" for our bullying rally last summer.

That song just landed him a recording contract with "SMG Global Records."

"I'm still beside myself right now. When I got the email and they hit me up and told me to check the email, I saw the contract right there and I was like wow, I'm on my way to the top now. I gotta put eastern North Carolina on the map cause there's so much talent here but a lot of the labels aren't looking at us right now," Ronnie said.

Look for new songs from Ronnie in August. In the meantime, you can buy his music on I-Tunes and Amazon.

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