Surviving RBL Posse Member Black C. Drop's New Album '70's Baby'

(AllHipHop News) Black C. of West coast rap group RBL Posse (Ruthless By Law) dropped his third solo album on Tuesday (June 15th), titled 70’s Baby. The 17-track album features a number of Bay Area heavyweights, including producer Rick Rock, Sean T., Slapadelic, So Crates and others. RBL Posse, which originally consisted of Mr. Cee, Black C and Hitman, released their first album A Lesson to Be Learned in 1992. By 1997, the group was landed a deal with Atlantic, but suffered a setback when they released an Eye For An Eye as a duo, after Mr. Cee was gunned down.Tragically group member Mr. Cee was shot nine times and murdered on New Years Day in 1996. On February 2, 2003, group member Hitman was shot dead in the Hunters Point section of San Francisco. Black C. is the only original surviving member of The RBL Posse, who created the hit single in 1992 single "Don’t Gimme No Bammer (Weed)."The group worked with artists like Spice 1, Rappin' 4 Tay and Mystikal.Black C.’s new video for "Need the Luv" is below. 70’s Baby is in stores now.