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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #25 on: July 04, 2014, 04:01:30 PM »
Ask him what he thinks of todays hip hop scene
 

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« Reply #26 on: July 04, 2014, 04:41:11 PM »
5 Questions for RBX:

1. -In the summer 96 cover article about Dre's departure from Death Row, it cited you recording a song with Aftermath in which you rapped, "The Dogg Pound had a pimp".  Do you remember this song?  And whatever came of this song?  

2. -What was it like in the early days of Aftermath records in the summer of 96?  Any memories, good or bad?

3. -What was the feeling over at Aftermath records when Pac died?  

4. -Your track "Blunt Time" was one of the more impressive tracks on Aftermath Presents.  How did that song come about, and why do you think that album was considered a failure overall?

5. -You are cousins with Snoop, is Daz also a cousin of yours?  Any early memories before you all made it into the music industry?

Questions 2-5 are all great. I second those.
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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #27 on: July 04, 2014, 05:26:25 PM »
Yeah, I was thrown off by the chorus... sorry! I meant the track A.W.O.L., why did he diss Dre on that?

This one:
Yeah i assumed that was the song that you meant. Again, its fairly self explanatory if you listen to the song again.
 He says shit like "Dr.Dre you remember you was broke and the whole rap industry thought you was a joke, me an dog an d.o.c sat an made lyrics to replenish your ass like Gatorade, but you got thirsty for the money punk and disrespect the ones that put ya back up on it, you always talkin bout your word was good as gold wash" i forget the next part but i remember him saying "best check your self before you talk about easy" and saying "you lie"
 So yeah, he dissin Dre because RBX wasn't getting paid at deathrow so Dre n Suge were doing he same think that Eazy was  to Dre on ruthless.
 
 
 

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #28 on: July 04, 2014, 09:56:56 PM »
I'd be interested to know what songs are his personal favorites that he has done as an artist?  Are they any in particular that have a specific personal meaning to him more than others?
 

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« Reply #29 on: July 04, 2014, 10:33:54 PM »
 Ask about him working with the producer Polar bear.
 the work they did together was some of RBX's best work! ask about how that came to be and if he plans to ever work with him again?
 

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #30 on: July 05, 2014, 01:14:29 AM »
Does he work for himself or does he work to please his fans?
Does he consider the westcoast rap fanbase to be hard to please and if so, why?
What's the decision in his career he regrets the most?
Who are his own greatest inspirations?
How would he rate himself as a rapper, on a scale of 1-10?
What does he consider the best time period in his rap career and why?
Does he consider the typical subject matter in rap to be restrictive? If so, why?
Where does he see himself ten years from now?
Does he think he gets the credit he deserves and why?
Were there ever plans to make albums with Group Therapy or with Dogghouse Heavyweights (with CPO)?
Are there any songs he regrets making or verses he regrets doing?
What does he consider his best song and why?
Who is his favorite producer to work with and why?

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #31 on: July 05, 2014, 01:56:22 AM »
Ask em why he ate suges chicken lmao !!
opinion
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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #32 on: July 05, 2014, 01:58:24 AM »
Nah my nigga the sloth got the good questions tho   8)
opinion
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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #33 on: July 05, 2014, 02:11:07 AM »
Please ask RBX whether there is in fact a version of 'Blunt Time' with 2Pac, The Lady of Rage and Dr. Dre rapping on it, so that the rumour can be put to bed.
 

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« Reply #34 on: July 05, 2014, 02:58:20 AM »
Please ask RBX whether there is in fact a version of 'Blunt Time' with 2Pac, The Lady of Rage and Dr. Dre rapping on it, so that the rumour can be put to bed.
 

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« Reply #35 on: July 05, 2014, 03:14:41 AM »
Please ask RBX whether there is in fact a version of 'Blunt Time' with 2Pac, The Lady of Rage and Dr. Dre rapping on it, so that the rumour can be put to bed.

Where did you hear about this? I doubt this is real.
 

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« Reply #36 on: July 05, 2014, 03:35:11 AM »
Please ask RBX whether there is in fact a version of 'Blunt Time' with 2Pac, The Lady of Rage and Dr. Dre rapping on it, so that the rumour can be put to bed.

Where did you hear about this? I doubt this is real.

There has been a rumour around for a while now (I don't know where it originated), that Dr. Dre made the beat to 'Blunt Time' while he was still a part of Death Row Records, and that 2Pac heard it and added a verse to the already completed track.  I doubt it's real too but it would be good to know for sure.
 

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« Reply #37 on: July 05, 2014, 03:38:51 AM »
Please ask RBX whether there is in fact a version of 'Blunt Time' with 2Pac, The Lady of Rage and Dr. Dre rapping on it, so that the rumour can be put to bed.

Where did you hear about this? I doubt this is real.

There has been a rumour around for a while now (I don't know where it originated), that Dr. Dre made the beat to 'Blunt Time' while he was still a part of Death Row Records, and that 2Pac heard it and added a verse to the already completed track.  I doubt it's real too but it would be good to know for sure.

I remember somethin' about Pac not diggin' the beat? That's why it didn't end up on "All Eyez On Me". I think the beat was for Dre's second album originally.
 

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #38 on: July 05, 2014, 05:42:19 AM »
Which of "the chronic" songs did he ghost write?
What are the songs he ghost write for snoop?
Why did he leave death row?
What was his relationship with the D.O.C. Past n present?
Who are his top 5 M.C's?
 

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #39 on: July 05, 2014, 06:58:05 AM »
RBX ghostwriting for snoop seems unlikely to me. His lyrical style is completely different than snoops. Also don't think that he wrote for Dre on the Chronic, it was snoop and d.o.c. who did that.
 

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« Reply #40 on: July 05, 2014, 07:03:23 AM »
RBX ghostwriting for snoop seems unlikely to me. His lyrical style is completely different than snoops. Also don't think that he wrote for Dre on the Chronic, it was snoop and d.o.c. who did that.

RBX wrote "Let Me Ride". He also wrote for Snoop. RBX even used one of the verses from "Nigga Named Dave" on his debut album.
 

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« Reply #41 on: July 05, 2014, 07:17:44 AM »
Yeah but that Nigga Named Dave Song sounds like old school snoop lyrics. Also a part of that song was used by snoop on "Midnight Love" and on RBX Version he just changed the name of the character to Eli and some of the lyrics were a bit modified. I also heard that the song was a first version of Murder Was The Case or you could say a prototype for it. Thats why MWTC has the DeathAfterVizualizingEternity written in Brackets behind the song title. Also RBX debut album came out way later than that song, could also be the other way around. I even think so. But who knows but snoop and RBX.
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« Reply #42 on: July 05, 2014, 10:24:57 AM »
Yeah but that Nigga Named Dave Song sounds like old school snoop lyrics. Also a part of that song was used by snoop on "Midnight Love" and on RBX Version he just changed the name of the character to Eli and some of the lyrics were a bit modified. I also heard that the song was a first version of Murder Was The Case or you could say a prototype for it. Thats why MWTC has the DeathAfterVizualizingEternity written in Brackets behind the song title. Also RBX debut album came out way later than that song, could also be the other way around. I even think so. But who knows but snoop and RBX.

"Nigga Named Dave" was never released officially though. I know Snoop used a verse from it on "Midnight Love". He has also used it in some unreleased songs, with slight changes in the lyrics. I'm not sure who wrote that verse, but Bad Azz wrote Snoop's first verse. Oh yeah, RBX also wrote the remix of "Deep Cover" with Snoop.
 

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #43 on: July 05, 2014, 12:26:19 PM »
ask him if hes got teenage grandkids. i heard he was like 60

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« Reply #44 on: July 05, 2014, 12:40:43 PM »
ask him if hes got teenage grandkids. i heard he was like 60

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #45 on: July 05, 2014, 02:31:28 PM »
I would like to know if he still have some of the x2, x3 mixtapes and if they will be available sometime soon again?




 

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #46 on: July 05, 2014, 04:14:06 PM »
Yeah but that Nigga Named Dave Song sounds like old school snoop lyrics. Also a part of that song was used by snoop on "Midnight Love" and on RBX Version he just changed the name of the character to Eli and some of the lyrics were a bit modified. I also heard that the song was a first version of Murder Was The Case or you could say a prototype for it. Thats why MWTC has the DeathAfterVizualizingEternity written in Brackets behind the song title. Also RBX debut album came out way later than that song, could also be the other way around. I even think so. But who knows but snoop and RBX.

"Nigga Named Dave" was never released officially though. I know Snoop used a verse from it on "Midnight Love". He has also used it in some unreleased songs, with slight changes in the lyrics. I'm not sure who wrote that verse, but Bad Azz wrote Snoop's first verse. Oh yeah, RBX also wrote the remix of "Deep Cover" with Snoop.

You got any Proof for this ?
 

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #47 on: July 06, 2014, 12:24:24 AM »
Read The Title  8)

Good stuff!

1) Ask him about his new mixtape (producer, features etc.) although I am sure you will be talking about that (see image below)>
2) would he ever consider doing a one-producer exclusive album (No Mercy No Remorse, RBX Files)? These always turned out to be his best albums.
3) Will he be appearing on Snoop's GGN   8)
4) Concerning his Snoop on Doggystyle/Dogghouse records - X appeared on a number of projects such as the Doggy-Style All Star album, Tha Eastsidaz, Paid Tha Cost, Chuuch mixtapes etc. - how did he plan to leverage these appearances to aid his own career? Was there ever any talks with Snoop or another label to release a RBX album??
5) Any plans for a full length album soon? Is Equinox still coming?

Good luck!
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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #48 on: July 06, 2014, 12:27:55 AM »
Yeah but that Nigga Named Dave Song sounds like old school snoop lyrics. Also a part of that song was used by snoop on "Midnight Love" and on RBX Version he just changed the name of the character to Eli and some of the lyrics were a bit modified. I also heard that the song was a first version of Murder Was The Case or you could say a prototype for it. Thats why MWTC has the DeathAfterVizualizingEternity written in Brackets behind the song title. Also RBX debut album came out way later than that song, could also be the other way around. I even think so. But who knows but snoop and RBX.

"Nigga Named Dave" was never released officially though. I know Snoop used a verse from it on "Midnight Love". He has also used it in some unreleased songs, with slight changes in the lyrics. I'm not sure who wrote that verse, but Bad Azz wrote Snoop's first verse. Oh yeah, RBX also wrote the remix of "Deep Cover" with Snoop.

You got any Proof for this ?

RBX is credited as a writer on "187Um" and Bad Azz himself said that he wrote Snoop's first verse on "Midnight Love".
 

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Re: Drop Your Questions For RBX Tha Narrator
« Reply #49 on: July 07, 2014, 12:33:18 AM »
Ask him if he has any recollection of the proposed duo album with E. White on Doggystyle and whose idea that one was?