Crustified Dibbs is the original vehicle for Long Island hip hop artist R.A. The Rugged Man. After a bidding war between record labels, R.A. was signed to Jive Records. He than made an album entitled "Night of the Bloody Apes" which was recorded but never released. The album featured the then unknown Notorious B.I.G. and included production from Erick Sermon and Buckwild amongst others. The only material legitamitely released was a single for the song "Bloodshed Hua Hoo", produced by Poke of Trackmasters. A music video for the song exists. There are many rumors surrounding the 'shelving' of this project but it is believed to be due to lewd behavior of R.A. at Jive offices and the content of the record which involves sex, gore and profane language.
Crustified Dibbs - Night of the Bloody Apes
Label: Jive Records