King RalphyKing Ralphy is a popular New York City Socialite, Publicist, Marketing Executive, Blogger, DJ, MC, Party Host and easily one of the most recognizable nightlife promoters on the East Coast.
With such a diverse history, previously having hosted Fashion Week events with Countess LuAnn Deleseeps & Alex McCord of The Real Housewives of NYC, Jason Preston, VH1 reality star 12 Pack, Rapper's Foxy Brown and Lil' Kim, Porn Star Brent Everett, Paper Magazine Editor Mickey Boardman, Mike Ruiz and Amanda Lepore.
Ralphy also has hosted some of NYC's most infamous mega clubs like HAUS at Cielo, Griffin Sundays, Ocean @ Splash W/ Yamil X, HeBro's Jewbilee Party, P3LiGRO, Rockit, Griffin Sundays, The F Word, Dance Here Now, Rockit & Club 57, Pink Elephant, Marquee, Splash Bar with Fashion Designer's Richie Rich & Malan Breton and many many more.
Ralphy is still known for promoting bigger circuit style events such as Pacha New York, (with regular DJ's Boris, Victor Calderone and Jonathan Peters), the infamous WORK! party with Grammy winning DJ and party producer, Peter Rauhofer, VERVE with DJ Eddie Elias, Just Circuit Magazines' Destination: PRIDE events featuring DJ Tony Moran with co-host Anthony Lamont, the Xtatic party with legendary DJ Junior Vasquez, Matinee with DJ Hector Fonseca and the legendary Black Party for The Saint At Large. Ralphy hosted his own after hours at NYC hotspot GreenHouse w/ DJ Eddie Baez as well as Six Flags OUT AT NIGHT.
Ralphy is a syndicated Blogger; KingRalphy.com is syndicated on nightlife blogs around the world only furthering Ralphy's visibility. As a hobby since his youth Ralphy has been releasing DJ mixtapes on the internet in the hardstyle, house and drum n bass genres. Ralphy's house mix sets have led him to guest mixes on popular NYC radio stations and KULT.FM ran by the world famous Kult Records. By day Ralphy is Public Relations and Marketing Director with a past and present client list featuring some of the biggest dj's, nightclubs, gyms and record labels.
Ralphy's adventures have landed him on the pages of TMZ, New York Press, Time Out New York, a 5 page spread in Just Circuit Magazine, HX, BlackBook Mag, Guest of A Guest, Next Magazine and a highly distributed Cover Story on NYC nightlife tabloid GET OUT Magazine.
Kingy as many call him, has been nominated by Just Circuit Mag for "NightClub Personality of the Year" alongside Amanda Lepore, Anthony Lamont & Alan T. Ralphy is also known for donating time and promotions to charity having planned events for the Trevor Project, United We Dance along side songstress Inaya Day to benefit the Non For Profit Organization Life Beat & more. He's made a cameo in singer Lovari's Music Videos and was apart of the videos premier at the NYC GLBT EXPO and joined the cast on a Q+A panel shortly after the videos premier.
Ralphy's first single, "Over To The Speaker" produced by Bryan Galvan released in the summer 2011is available on Beatport & Itunes. Ralphy's follow up single "BUMP" w/ DJ Adam G was released via Gomination Records this year. Ralphy's third release "Be Somebody" (produced by Adam G.) has already become a clubland classic.
In the revolving door of the competitive New York Nightlife scene Ralphy has proved his staying power, "I'm doing this for about 5 years now, I know how lucky I am." said his Royal Flyness. - (2012)
2022: King Ralphy is a popular New York City Socialite, Publicist, Marketing Executive, Blogger, DJ, MC, Party Host and easily one of the most recognizable nightlife personalities on the East Coast. After being taken against his will to a residential treatment center across state lines for financial gain. Ralphy now has focused his efforts on legislation and advocacy on federal level for all types of boarding schools, sleep away camps, rehabs & more. He has been instrumental in helping shed light on abuse in the troubled teen industry and the breaking code silence movement. Ralphy testified regarding his experience along with other survivors and fellow socialite Paris Hilton, this law was unanimously passed (HCS HBs 557 & 560 -- PROTECTION OF CHILDREN). Ralphy now volunteers for the ICAPA Network and continues his advocacy and activism to shed light on these abuses. Ralphy was interviewed by a journalist for the Columbia school of journalism for a report of medicinal manipulation and abuse.