In May 2012, she shot to stardom in Sala Groove, one of the hottest party venues in Madrid, where she shared the spotlight with the best known DJs in the Spanish underground dance music (UDM) scene, such as Rafa Navarro.
That same year, at BCM Mallorca, she played unexpectedly at SuperMartXé, where she thrilled an audience of 7,000.
DJing at world class events and clubs in Spain such as Sala Groove; Angel's World at Joy Eslava; BCM Planet in Palma de Mallorca; We Party at La Platge Ibiza, Kapital, Kerala Fusion, New Garamond, KM5 Ibiza and Privilege Ibiza —the world's largest nightclub according to the Guinness Book of Record has earned her the respect and admiration of the demanding followers of the underground movement in Europe.
Labelle began djing playing house, tech house and vocal house; but motivated by a desire to improve over time, she developed a more dynamic, melodic, and modern style: a blend of dance’s genres and subgenres including deep house, techno and minimal tech.
For Rony Labelle, 2013 marked a golden milestone in her career. She returned to Venezuela, her homeland, and was invited to perform as official DJ in the 2013 Venezuela se Viste de Moda, an important event that every year features fashion designers of the country. She also appeared on television shows such as En Pelotas (Canal Plus), Vitrina (Televen), Chataing TV (Televen), Sábado en la Noche (Globovisión) and Qué Locura (Venevisión). She was even presented with the prize Un Galardón para una Estrella for International Revelation of the Year.
Recently, thanks to the support of the Venezuelan company AM/PM Recordings —and her self-demanding nature— Labelle began to produce and has already become a sensation in the world of the UDM.
Due to her continued training, Labelle has a knack for identifying the audiences’ preferences.
In 2014, she signed with Notorious, an international booking agency based in Portugal.