It peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 62 on the Billboard 200. The album was produced by Greg "Gregski" Royal. Along with singles, music videos were released for two songs: ". and "Rough Is the Texture.
is the fifth studio album by rapper AZ, released on September 6, 2005. It was recorded after Final Call, which AZ declined to release because his label had pushed its release back two months-according to him, they were also the source of its early leak to the press and the internet.
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RBX claimed that it was simple unfairness on Dre's part, also charging that he had not been paid for his work on the aforementioned albums, and appealed to Death Row CEO Suge Knight to intervene. His album was eventually released in 1995, and the first single, ". " ripped both Dre and Snoop for RBX's troubles.
I recently purchased this album and I really enjoyed it. Back when it dropped I always kept lookin over it because so much other stuff was consistaly dropping back then. I never took him for a "message" rapper. RBX Files has a Deathrow type production to it but in a twisted way. The album is dark and gritty with thumping bass lines. After leaving Death Row, RBX released a strong debut entitled, The RBX Files. L I drop bombs like Hiroshima. He gives it up to his native city with the bass-heavy, West Coast beat of "Slip Into Long Beach". The Narrator proves his skills throughout, but "Rough Is The Texture" displays X's mentality as a playful killer.
Studio album by RBX. Released. But regrettably, RBX's first solo album, The RBX Files, ended up being delayed a few years because of the MC's problems with Dre and Snoop, both of whom he vehemently attacks on the single ". Brother Minister A. Samad Muhammad" (featuring Brother Minister A. Samad Muhammad). Slip into Long Beach".
Over a decade into a career that has never propelled AZ into the commercial position the uniformly high quality of his music has deserved, . is yet another quietly excellent slice of powerful hip-hop that deserves greater acclaim. Never Change" alone is a small masterpiece, an evocation of the strong bonds of friendship that's set to a track that effectively uses a wailing R&B diva voice (think, believe it or not, of "The Great Gig in the Sky" by Pink Floyd!) without turning it into a cheap, distracting hook. Although several producers contribute to . AZ (born Anthony Cruz) is commanding enough a focal point that the.