Ronnie Flex

Ronnie Flex
Release date
01 January 1970
Ronnie Flex
01 January 1970 |

Ronell Langston Plasschaert, known professionally as Ronnie Flex, is a Dutch hip hop performer and rapper.

Plasschaert started making music at a young age. In 2012, he got his first hit in the Netherlands with his song “Soldaatje”, which he made with fellow rapper Mr. Polska. On 20 March 2013, Plasschaert released his first solo single, “Tankstation”, which reached the 100th place in the Dutch Single Top 100. He released his debut album De nacht is nog jong, net als wij voor altijd on 14 November 2014. Plasschaert then released several singles, including “Drank & Drugs”, a song made in collaboration with fellow rapper Lil’ Kleine, which achieved first place in the Single Top 100 and remained in the chart for a total of 35 weeks.

Plasschaert took part on the 16th season of the television series Expeditie Robinson in September 2015. Since 2018, he has been a member of the judging panel on the television program It Takes 2. In June of that year, in collaboration with BLØF, Plasschaert released the single “Omarm me”. On 12 July, he released a remix of the song “Wine Slow” in collaboration with Idaly, Famke Louise and Bizzey.