Best known for his supporting role on The Chronic and Doggystyle, RBX's gruff and rugged flow was the perfect counterpart to Snoop's laid-back approach. It was RBX who came with the "I drop bombs like Hiroshima" line, and he's showcased on tracks like "The Day The N*gg*z Took Over," "Stranded On Death Row," and "Serial Killa." He eventually left Death Row amidst frustration over his perpetually-delayed solo album and money issues, finally releasing the excellent but slept-on LP The RBX Files in 1995. RBX and Dre reconciled, and he appeared on Dre's The Aftermath record the following year. In 1999, RBX dropped his sophomore album No Mercy No Remorse.