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  November 1, 1982 - february 13, 2017

Evan Sewell Wallace passed away on Feb 13, 2017 (due to an infection and resulting complications) after becoming ill and spent several weeks fighting for his life in the hospital.

His family would like to thank all of his fans for their support. Evan worked hard doing what he loved and it is a tragedy that his life was cut short. We are still shocked and heartbroken that he is no longer with us on this earth. 
We ask for your patience and understanding while we figure out if he in fact does have music that he would have released. As you all probably know, he was very serious about staying true to himself and his work, and worked hard on each and every song he created.
We want to make sure we are honoring his legacy in the best way possible.

 

 

e-dubble: man, myth, legend

 

Evan (E-DUBBLE, Two Tone Rebel, Black Paisley Records) was a hip-hop artist from Philly. He 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 has amassed millions of views and almost half a million subscribers.  Evan's music streaming numbers are even higher.  He has reached people all over the world with his motivational and thought provoking songs. Evan had an amazing sense of humor that comes across in most of his songs, even the seriously deep ones! In his raw and honest lyrics, he has changed lives for the better. We will never stop grieving this terrible loss, but his music will forever be with us.

"Still a Wallace in the after life...music lives on, never gone, no half life…"

- E-DUBBLE & 27 Lights, SBG “Klitschko”