RBX's animated verses on "The Day the N---az Took Over," "Lyrical Gangbang," "Stranded on Death Row," "The Roach" and, most notably, "High-Powered" ("I drop bombs like Hiroshima" is still one of the most quoted lines on The Chronic) provided some of the album's dramatic moments. He also ghost-wrote some of Dre's verses, including "Let Me Ride." RBX's career was stalled by beef with Death Row — he publicly accused Dre and Suge of shady business — and his 1995 debut The RBX Files flopped. But he's kept writing and recording through the years, appearing on "Remember Me" from Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP in 2000. His last album was 2011's X3: Calm Before the Storm.
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