Contributed by AdamBernard:
Known most for his gravelly voiced appearances on classics such as The Chronic and The Mashall Mathers LP, RBX has been moving, and in some cases frightening, crowds for over fifteen years. A Grammy award winning artist, RBX recently released a full length album titled Broken Silence and plans on following it up in 2008 with Unanimous. Even with all that solo work listeners can still expect to hear him continuing to guest on other people’s work, as well. He notes “I need to holler at Em. You need to shoot that shout out. That’s my dog.” This week the man who describes himself as “a dormant volcano” sat down with RapReviews to discuss his storied career, how his work now differs from his work in the past, and why he’s happy rappers have taken a step back from the idea of “keeping it real.” Read the full interview at: rapreviews.com.