Tune in now to the ‘Home Going Celebration’ for New York native rap star, Robert “Black Rob” Ross, as his family and friends pay respect to his life. The services are being held in Harlem, NY at the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
The former Bad Boy Records artist passed away from health complications on April 17th at Grady Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. The 52-year-old Ross, made an incredible impact on the hip-hop scene in the late 90s to early 2000s, as his street to stadium hit “Whoa!” took over the airwaves. His platinum-selling 2000 debut album, Life Story, is a stellar project that regained Bad Boy’s footing in quality projects.
So many of his industry peers have written social media condolences to Ross and his family. His immense talent and energetic persona drew everyone to him. Funny, witty, street-wise, and hard to the core, Ross was a lyrical monster that ranked among the greats for his wordplay and storytelling skills.