RBX, a cousin of Snoop Doggy Dogg and Dat Nigga Daz, got a start to his rapping career in 1992 when Snoop introduced him to Dr. Dre, who was to make his groundbreaking debut “The Chronic”. RBX was added to the personnel making this album. His rough voice and bizarre flow which got him the nickname of “The Narrator” made him with Snoop one of the most promising and recognisable rappers at the time.
A year later, RBX appeared on Snoop’s debut “Doggystyle” on the track “Serial Killaz” and seemed to sound even more non-canon as a rapper. It was likely that he was the next to blow up as an artist of the Death Row label.