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Ronald Stephen "Ronnie" Lillard, Jr. (born March 20, 1989) known by the stage name Reconcile, is an American hip hop recording artist. Reconcile gained notoriety after releasing a free project entitled Abandoned Hope in 2012 on Full Ride Music, a label founded by rapper Thi'sl. His second album, Sacrifice, was released in 2014 on the Frontline Movement label. Sacrifice was his first album to chart on the Billboard charts. Reconcile signed a production contract with Street Symphony's Track or Die production label in 2015. His follow-up release, Catchin' Bodies was released on September 18, 2015. In 2017 Reconcile began working with Doc Watson and RMG Amplify brokering an independent deal with EMPIRE, the released was deemed an instant classic by his constituents and debuted #12 on iTunes hi

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  • Ronald Stephen "Ronnie" Lillard, Jr. (born March 20, 1989) known by the stage name Reconcile, is an American hip hop recording artist. Reconcile gained notoriety after releasing a free project entitled Abandoned Hope in 2012 on Full Ride Music, a label founded by rapper Thi'sl. His second album, Sacrifice, was released in 2014 on the Frontline Movement label. Sacrifice was his first album to chart on the Billboard charts. Reconcile signed a production contract with Street Symphony's Track or Die production label in 2015. His follow-up release, Catchin' Bodies was released on September 18, 2015. In 2017 Reconcile began working with Doc Watson and RMG Amplify brokering an independent deal with EMPIRE, the released was deemed an instant classic by his constituents and debuted #12 on iTunes hip-hop/rap charts. In 2019 Reconcile released his second installment of his mixtape series entitled "Streets Don't Love You 2" with EMPIRE which debuted #5 on iTunes hip-hop/rap charts. Reconcile is currently gearing up for a third installment of the series this fall. (en)
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  • Ronald Stephen "Ronnie" Lillard, Jr. (born March 20, 1989) known by the stage name Reconcile, is an American hip hop recording artist. Reconcile gained notoriety after releasing a free project entitled Abandoned Hope in 2012 on Full Ride Music, a label founded by rapper Thi'sl. His second album, Sacrifice, was released in 2014 on the Frontline Movement label. Sacrifice was his first album to chart on the Billboard charts. Reconcile signed a production contract with Street Symphony's Track or Die production label in 2015. His follow-up release, Catchin' Bodies was released on September 18, 2015. In 2017 Reconcile began working with Doc Watson and RMG Amplify brokering an independent deal with EMPIRE, the released was deemed an instant classic by his constituents and debuted #12 on iTunes hi (en)
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