NEBA Commissioner

Rich (“Chubb Rock”) Simpson

Rich (“Chubb Rock”) Simpson is a Brooklyn New York-based rapper who released several successful hip hop albums in the early 1990s. A National Merit Scholar, Chubb Rock dropped out of college to pursue his musical career. His 1990 release entitled The One reached No. 13 on Billboard’s Top Hip-Hop/R&B chart for that year. Three singles from that release, “Treat ‘Em Right”, “Just The Two of Us” and “The Chubbster”, made it to No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rap Singles chart the same year. Rich has worked with the Legends for (30+) years. He has evolved into a radio and media entrepreneur. Chubb Rock moved to Atlanta and had a radio show with Silas “SiMan” Alexander on Atlanta’s Majic 107.5/97.5. They were #1 with adults & women. He left the station and started a syndicated afternoon radio show. Today, his shows are nationally syndicated in east coast, mid west, & west coast. He has been writing, recording, & producing in the entertainment business for almost (4) decades.


The National Emcee Battle Association (“NEBA”) is a Pro Sports Battle Rap League. NEBA is comprised of Six (6) Conferences in the U.S.A. Teams compete for battle rap supremacy to win the NEBA Championship.