e-dubble - Reset EP

Posted 3 years ago
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Philly-born, Baltimore-based rapper and producer e-dubble presents the Reset EP, a seven-track collection of original material. Written and produced entirely by the artist himself, the project represents a clean break with the past, and new beginning. E-dubble explains, "At some point, everyone wishes for a clean slate. A chance to start over, to be absolved of regret, to put hindsight and wisdom to good use. Things aren’t in black and white, there are many shades of grey. Things are not absolute. For every right and wrong there exists an extenuating circumstance to shift your judgment. Ultimately to open up our minds to new possibilities, we have to ‘Reset’."

Heralded by singles "Down" and "Cycle of Nightmares (Let It Go)" and packing a sole guest appearance by Jhameel, the EP is now available for full stream and purchase.

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