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 EVAN SEWELL WALLACE (1982-2017) rest in peace

After several emotional months of mourning for the loss of Evan Sewell Wallace, aka E-DUBBLE, who passed away on February 13th, 2017, we are pleased to announce the release of E-DUBBLE's final video, the song and title track from the album "Two Tone Rebel", coinciding with the one year anniversary of the album's release on November 8th, 2016.  The video is embedded on the "multimedia" tab of this website, and may also be viewed on E-DUBBLE's YouTube channel.  On top of that exciting video release, we have reopened the merchandise store as well.  However, we ask that all fans be patient and understanding regarding order inquiries and order fulfillment duration times taking longer than in the past...we expect a large number of inquiries/orders right away due to the long period of time the store was unavailable; thanks so much in advance for your understanding.  As for unreleased music, while there is no production schedule set, we are sifting through Evan's unreleased music as we speak and working diligently to eventually get enough finished material for a final E-DUBBLE album, "TTR2".  Finally, to all those fans that sent personal messages, e-mails, contributed fan art, made tribute videos, etc., during these past few emotional months: THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!  It has been a very hard few months for everyone who was close to Evan, but your ongoing love and support for Evan is what helped us finally get to this point.

 

 

e-dubble: man, myth, legend

 

Evan Wallace was a hip hop artist based out of Philadelphia and better known to his fans as E-DUBBLE, or the Two Tone Rebel, and was the founder of Black Paisley Records. E-DUB was 6'10" and according to Baltimore Magazine, he was "going big, and it’s not just his sneakers and gear."  E-DUBBLE's YouTube channel amassed over 110 million views, and what could soon be exceeding a half million subscribers.  Evan's music streaming numbers are even higher.  He is reaching a world-wide audience and his motivational and thought provoking songs have changed the lives of millions of his listeners for the better.

Evan Wallace passed away on February 13th, 2017, at just 34 years old.  We will all grieve for his loss but in his own words from his song Klischko, Evan is "still a Wallace in the after life...music lives on, never gone, no half life".  Evan's musical gifts and his lust for life was shared with everyone who got a chance to meet and/or listen to him.

Evan's cousin Tommy has been on the E-DUBBLE bandwagon since they were just little kids, and he will remain your contact for all things fan related.  He will continue selling the E-DUBBLE and Black Paisley merchandise, and is working with Evan's family and Evan's past production teams to finalize at least enough unreleased material for a final E-DUBBLE album, "TTR2".  There is no set production schedule for this, but all fans can rest assured that it is in the works.

E-DUBBLE, Lewis the dog, Tommy, and all those near and dear to Evan and the Black Paisley team all appreciate your continued support!