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RBL POSSE / Bio

The 1992 debut (A Lesson To Be Learned) from Black “C” and the late Mr. Cee gained success with the hit “Don't Give Me No Bammer Weed” a song that would sell well over 300,000 units with no major distribution. In 1994 they came back with their self-titled album (Ruthless By Law) that contained hits such as “Bounce To This” and “Bluebird” it to sold over 300,000 units as well. In 1996 Mr. Cee was murdered in 1996. That inspired the 1997 release on Bigbeat/Atlantic records titled (An Eye For An Eye) that contained the hit “How We Comin” it sold over 200,000 units. RBL came back in 2000 with a collection of collaborations titled (Bootlegs & Bay Shit!) it sold 20,000 units.

General Info

Band Members
Black "C"- Mr.Cee - H.I.T.M.A.N.
Artist Name
RBL POSSE
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/RBLPosse
Active Since
01/91
Genres
Hip Hop / WestCoast Rap / Gangster Rap

Contact Info

Location
San Francisco, CA
Manager
J. Grimm
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