From Chris at 2SPR.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 22, 2010
Rapper RBX Finally Speaks Out About The Current State Of Death Row Records
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Veteran Rapper From Long Beach, RBX, Issues New Statement On Death Row Records.
LONG BEACH CA, Mar. 22 /2SPR/ – Back in the original days of Death Row, producer, writer, tastemaker RBX could be found pushing the line on the streets of Southern Cali. Known for his work with Dr. Dre, The Dogg Pound, Snoop Dogg, Korn, Brother J, Eminem and many more, RBX rarely speaks to the press, but when he does it is the truth.
In a statement made today, RBX asks the question every hard-core Death Row fan wants to know;
"I have been watching the three ring circus of these Canadians buying Death Row for the last year or so. I just read a crazy article on line where the guy in charge now - some banker Robert Thompson-So and his sidekick John Payne announced to the world they are looking for someone to buy them out because they don't to be in the Death Row records business any more (http://blogs.wsj.com/bankruptcy/2010/03/11/drama-continues-for-death-row/).
I just have one thing I have to ask these guys. What tha f--k were you thinking .......seriously? We all had a little bit of hope when this game started but due to the shananigans, optimism is dwindling. Word on the street in Southern Cal is that Lara Lavi, the woman these guys kicked out of the mix is seriously backed by new heavy hitters on Wall Street. I have received phone calls confirming Lavi has a new deal. I don't know whether she on to something new or trying to buy back her company. I don't know the woman but damn she is truly unfadeable.
So I have to ask, why do these New Solution guys continue to beat on her in court if she might just be the most likely candidate to buy them out given they asked for it last week.
I just don't get it. The fans and the artists deserve better than this mess. Uncut...."
RBX first joined Death Row Records in 1992, with his cousin Snoop Dogg. After a noteworthy appearance on Dr. Dre's The Chronic, he then made cameos on various Death Row Records releases, and has released several acclaimed solo projects that have drawn many dedicated fans and admirers of his unorthodox sound. ##
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