Born in the suburbs of Philadelphia in 1982, east coast rapper E-Dubble started tinkering musically while attending St. Mary's College of Maryland. There, he met some musician friends and started producing a wide variety of recording styles as a goof, making commercial parodies, country ditties, and rock songs. They made a website to promote their material and went on to form the hip-hop group Young English, playing their first show in 2008. Soon after college, E-Dubble moved with his bandmates into a renovated warehouse in Baltimore, where he recorded his debut album Hip-Hop Is Good. Over the next year, he continued contributing to his website and released a new song each Friday for a Freestyle Fridays column. Skills improved with the exercise, and in 2012, the seven foot caucasian started to get noticed for his clever wordplay on the seven-track Reset EP. ~ Jason LymangroverPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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