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Long Beach, California emcee RBX recently stopped by Unique Access Entertainment to discuss why he didn’t sign to Death Row Records, why he initially underestimated Dr. Dre’s 1992 solo debut The Chronic, and how Snoop Dogg, the Lady of Rage, Nate Dogg, and others all clicked during the label’s early days.

RBX also tells host Soren Baker about walking away from the now iconic label, how it felt to hear people playing the music he had recorded in their cars, and working with Eminem on “Remember Me” from the Marshall Mathers LP.

Check out the Unique Access interview with RBX below:

RBX Discusses Why He Never Signed To Death Row Records, Underestimating ‘The Chronic’, The Genius Of Dr. Dre, Working With Eminem + More On Unique Access Interview

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