Black Rob

Black Rob (born Robert Ross) is a rapper formerly signed to Bad Boy Entertainment. He began associating with the label as early as 1996, appearing on the Bad Boy remix to 112?s “Come See Me”. He was then featured on several other Bad Boy releases including remixes to Faith Evans’s “Love Like This” (1997) and Total’s “What About Us” (1998), the single “24 Hours To Live” (1997) from Mase and albums by Puff Daddy & the Bad Boy Family (1997) and The Notorious B.I.G. (1999). He also made two appearances on CRU’s 1997 album “Da Dirty 30?, as well as albums by Ol Dirty Bastard, Channel Live, The Madd Rapper, Benzino, Tony Touch, and others.

These guest appearances earned him a media buzz and he kept the attention with the hit single “Whoa!.” Following this, the album Life Story was released in 2000 and rose above Platinum sales. He also appeared on releases by P. Diddy and G-Dep. His second album, The Black Rob Report performed as strongly as his debut and was also on Billboard 100 charts. In 2010 he departed with Bad Boy, and signed a one album deal with independent label Duck Down Records, and released the album titled, “Game Tested, Streets Approved.”

Black Rob also started his own independent label titled, “Box and One” that is distributed by Universal/Fontana. The one artist that’s already signed to the label is Chillz. All artist are also managed by Off The Block Entertainment. Black Rob’s next album will be released on his own independent label, “Box In One” distributed by Universal/Fontana

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1 Comments to “Black Rob”

  1. C4 says:

    Raw introduced me to you in Harlem back in 2000. Im from Cleveland and was with Gerald Leverts camp. The white bald head cat C4. I was also backstage at springfest 2000 with Raw and Dep. Blessings to you FAM! Love the new material money! Scoop up Raw man and help this kid out fam. Hes Fire and loves you fam. One..

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