Rodney Love Williams was born in Mobile, Alabama to Mr. and Mrs. Moses Joseph Williams. Rodney moved to Moreno Valley CA in the fall of 1971 and attended Alessandro Jr. High School, where he participated in his first organized musical experience. Rodney’ ambitious talent was impressive and evidenced by his learning to play several musical instruments while attending Moreno Valley High School. Rodney’ talents discipline and total commitment to performing arts was demonstrated by his participation in the band, choir and theatrical drama. He played in the orchestra for many popular musicals such as, the “Music Man,” “Fiddler on the Roof” and the “Sound of Music” just to name a few. Rodney received the John Phillip Sousa award given to the most outstanding senior of his class for his distinguished service to the music program. He accepted many awards for his creativity, strong leadership qualities and bringing his personal authenticity to the music projects.
After attending Riverside City College for two years, it was also evident that Rodney had a very strong desire, was passionate and had a vision about taking his talents to another level. He traveled around the world entertaining audiences of all kinds. Consequently, he was afforded an opportunity to join a group of young multi-talented musicians called the Entertainers. The Entertainers was created and produced by one of the best in the Music Production Industry, Mr. Ken Rasner. The Entertainers were well traveled as they were consistently on tour spreading their talent across the globe, from Alaska, Puerto Rico, British Columbia, Bermuda, Canada, Mexico, and toured many other cities and countries around the world.
After leaving the Entertainers, Rodney embraced his future in the Movie and Entertainment Industry, as he spent over ten years honing his skills as a writer, musician, composer and producer. In June of 1996, Rodney Love started his first independent Music Entertainment Label, “E.F.T. Records” in Hollywood CA. Rodney released his first professional Album/CD entitled “2 Deep” featuring his multi-talented nephew, “MC Reese”, as Rodney wrote, produced, and performed on the project. After many performances and thousands of recordings sold, it was time for Rodney to move to yet another level.
Consequently, in May 1999, 1Love Entertainment was created. Our first major production was the "Raw Chick" album featuring the dynamic and multi-talented Tashunda Lewis, aka “Ms Tiny.” At the time, Ms. Tiny was appearing in her first major motion picture “Trippin” starring Countess Vaughn, “Kim” on the popular hit television show “Moesha” starring Brandy, and the hit sitcom, “The Parkers.” In just two short years, Ms. Tiny had completed two albums, and was a regular performing throughout Southern CA. Miss Tiny served as the opening act for popular artists such as Warren G, Next, Ideal, Da Brat, Snoop Dogg, Doggy’s Angels, Shyne, and other popular artists in CA. Miss Tiny’ debut album featured the incomparable multi-platinum best selling artists, Sylk E. Fyne, “Romeo and Juliet,” platinum artists’ Paper Boy, The Ditty, Universals, Hoo Bangin and recording artist MC EGHT, just to name a few.
In January of 2005, 1Love Entertainment was honored by the world famous music connection magazine for the best rap artist/single of the year for producing “Wake up all you Gangsta’s,” performed by Rodney and one of the Music Industry’s best rapper’ Mushock in 2009, 1Love Entertainment was also contracted to produce songs for the world renown platinum selling grammy award winning “Pointer Sisters” upcoming 2010 release. In March of 2010, Jay Warsynsky, the CEO of Activate Entertainment, in North Hollywood CA contracted Rodney Love to write a script about a dance contest called “Dogs Gone Wild,” along with producing a myriad of songs for the soundtrack. To date, Rodney has written over fifteen books, scripts and over two hundred songs produced and recorded. Mr. Love’ expertise makes him a dynamic sought after Performing Artist to be reconed with in the Entertainment Business.
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