Black Rob - Artist Management
Black Rob started linking with the tag as very early as 1996, appearing on the Bad Boy remix to 112’s “Come See Me”. He was after that provided on many other Bad Boy releases including remixes to Total’s “What About United states” (1997) and Faith Evans’s “Love Like This” (1998), the track “24 Hrs. to Live” (1997) from Mase and albums by Puff Daddy & the Bad Boy Family (1997) and The Notorious B.I.G. (1999). He likewise made two looks on Cru 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 talk and he kept focus with the hit solitary “Whoa!”. Following this, the cd Life Story was launched in 2000 and rose above Platinum sales. In spite of ultimately appearing on launches by P. Diddy and G. Dep, he did not make one more favorite single: his 2nd album, The Black Rob Report fell short to execute as strongly as his debut and swiftly went away from the Billboard 100 graphes. In his earlier years Black Rob goinged the street rap team which he named “Alumni”. In 2005 Jemal Mosley from Off The Block Entertainment started handling Black Rob’s profession. In 2010 he parted from Bad Boy, and authorized to independent label Duck Down Records. Since 2010 he was working with a new album titled Game Tested, Streets Approved because of be launched the following year.
Black Rob likewise started his very own independent label, Box and One with Jemal Mosley.
In 2013 he signed up with the prepared truth collection “Come Back Kings” with Ed Lover, Calvin Richardson, David “Davinch” Chance (of Ruff Endz), Jeff Sanders, Jameio, Mr. Cheeks and Horace Brown.