E-Dubble – Tired + Hard Worker

Posted: July 15, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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E-Dubble is an impressive upcoming rapper currently multiplying his fan base in Baltimore, MD. Born in the suburbs of Philadelphia, E-Dubble recognized music as his passion at a young age and continued that desire throughout his 4 years at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Upon completion of his academic journey, E-Dubble took to his basement studio and became serious about making music. As a member of the Baltimore-based hip-hop group, Young English, E-Dubble quickly gained the respect of all those present in the local hip-hop scene, and now his praisers are widely expanding. His first album, hip-hop is Good can be downloaded HERE, but what you cannot miss out on is this man’s mission entitled “Freestyle Fridays” which features unusual, yet delicious samples and hard-hitting rhymes. The whole effort can be viewed HERE, but down below I included my two favorites “Tired” – with a sweet Tom Petty sample and “Hard Worker” – a song with a daring country music sample, something that’s often frowned upon in the hip-hop world. Other samples in this work include Ratatat (Let Me Ohh), Regina Spektor (On The Radio), and even Hanson (Class Clown), because let’s be honest… everyone loves a little mmmmBOP. There’s no doubt about it, E-Dubble is a talented rapper who isn’t afraid to bring a bit of originality into his music.

Tired – E-Dubble

Hard Worker – E-Dubble

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Comments
  1. Evan says:

    that’s a great post… that guy seems nice, but who the hell is the other guy in the picture?

  2. John says:

    Agree with your assessment of e-dubble, but Hard Worker, by the Avett Brothers is Blue Grass, not country. Check out the original, it’s a great song.

  3. KK says:

    Hard Worker using a blugrass sample was actually a sort of challenge, which e-dubble totally exploded on. Who else, ever, could make that track? No one. That’s what I thought.

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