SOB X RBE Rep the West Coast to the Fullest With the ABCs
Besides landing a song on the Black Panther soundtrack earlier this year with "Paramedic!" and dropping not one but two albums this year with Gangin and Gangin II, there's one important aspect to know about Yhung T.O., Slimmy B, Lul G and DaBoii: SOB X RBE are still gang.
After being hit with talk that the four rappers were moving their separate ways in September after Yhung T.O. vented about his frustrations in an Instagram post, now they confirm they're sticking together as a unit. "SOB X RBE we a family," T.O. tells XXL. "We ain't just no group. We always gonna be a family."
Good news for fans of the Vallejo, Calif. natives, who collaborated with YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Shoreline Mafia and Quando Rondo along with producers X-Slapz, P-Lo and BeatBoy, among others on their recently released Gangin II LP. To confirm their still very much a group, SOB X RBE unite in XXL's ABCs, where they rep the West Coast to the fullest.
"H is for hyphy because you know, gotta pay homage to my O.G.s who paved the way for us young niggas," Slimmy B states.
"K for Keak da Sneak ’cause niggas from the Bay I guess," T.O. says with a laugh.
"L for Lul G," DaBoii explains. "Couldn't be here today but, you feel me, that's gang."
Watch members Yhung T.O., Slimmy B and DaBoii give an animated take (along with a shout-out to Lul G) with their ABCs above.
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