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Big Rube Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Big Rube Quick Info
Height 5 ft 10 in
Weight 95 kg
Date of Birth September 27, 1969
Zodiac Sign Libra
Eye Color Dark Brown

Big Rube is an American spoken word artist, rapper, and record producer who is a first-generation member of the musical collective named the Dungeon Family and of the group Society of Soul.

Born Name

Ruben Bailey

Other Name

Big Rube

Big Rube in October 2021
Big Rube in October 2021 (Big Rube / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Libra

Born Place

United States

Residence

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Nationality

American

 

Education

Big Rube attended Therrell High SchoolWoodland High School, and Tri-Cities High School. Afterward, he got enrolled at Georgia State University.

Occupation

Spoken Word Artist, Rapper, Record Producer

Genre

Spoken-word, Hip Hop

Instruments

Vocals

Labels

LaFace Records

Build

Large

Big Rube as seen while posing for a picture at Miramar Beach in Florida in December 2014
Big Rube as seen while posing for a picture at Miramar Beach in Florida in December 2014 (Big Rube / Instagram)

Height

5 ft 10 in or 178 cm

Weight

95 kg or 209.5 lbs

Race / Ethnicity

Black

Hair Color

Salt and Pepper

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Sports a beard
  • Pierced ears
  • A tattoo on his neck
Big Rube as seen in an Instagram post in October 2021
Big Rube as seen in an Instagram post in October 2021 (Big Rube / Instagram)

Big Rube Facts

  1. Some other members of the Dungeon Family have been André 3000, Backbone, Big Boi, Goodie Mob (including CeeLo Green), Killer Mike, and others.
  2. With Society of Soul, Big Rube released the group’s only studio album called Brainchild on June 27, 1995, and it was ranked at #93 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) chart.
  3. Alongside artists like Biz Markie, Coolio, and Fat Joe, Big Rube appeared on the Red Hot Organization’s compilation CD titled America Is Dying Slowly in 1996. The project’s aim was to raise awareness of the AIDS epidemic among African American men and was heralded as “a masterpiece” by The Source magazine.

Featured Image by Big Rube / Instagram

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