From the triad’s capital,Greensboro, North Carolinacomes the best recipe for a spectacular, fresh yet familiar emcee, who has easily been coined as “The Voice Of Carolina.”
Ed E.Rugerhas been showcasing his energetic and vivid rhyming talents with an unmatched grind and work ethic.Along with managing,promoting,booking & bankrolling all his own projects,he's organized some of the Carolinas' biggest shows,including The Dirty Douth Beatdown beat battles,Super Cypher MC battles,his annual birthday bashes & Cd release parties.
Starting out as a battle rapper his in your face freestyles blended in with his crowd hyping ability took over theNorth Carolinaundergroundby storm. With his never ending hunger for his music the storm has yet to be silenced, in fact it just gets bigger. Ruger claimed the top spot at the 2002 RhymeWarzas their champion and with that he knew he was born to be on stage with a microphone in his hand.
Averaging two live performances each week, Ruger is adefinite crowd pleaser, which has earned him vast recognition as a Carolina household name.
His freshman album, “Shots From The Ruger” (SugaHill Entertainment) received immediate acclaim with his single “Old Man” in which Ruger reflects on his life and the struggles he has had to face.
TheNew York Citybased Wonder Twinz placed Ruger on the “Who Got Next?” section of their nationwide publication reviewing the album claiming, “…this is a great collection of diverse styles and a must have for all true heads.”
The album boasts main production by the only undefeated “Reign Supremebeat battle” super producer, Double J The Jenius (Iconoclast, Boondocks Cartoon, Adult Swim) These groundbreaking beats compliment Ruger’s vivid flow with perfection.
Since the release of “Shots From The Ruger” Ed E Ruger has opened up for the biggest names in hip hop, from underground kings, to founding fathers of the game. Sharing the stage with the likes ofKRS-One,Public Enemy, The Wu Tang Clan, The Clipse,Young Buck,The Dayton family,Esham, Project Pat, TheYing YangTwinz,Mac Lethal(Rhyme Sayers),Cassidy,Coolio,Black Sheep,Project Born and the rap/rock group Rehab just to name a few.
Ed E. Ruger has also recorded tracks withStat Quo,Bun Bof UGK, Haystack,Krumbsnatcha(GangstarrFoundation), Bekay( Rawkus), Pistol (Ruthless Records) and some of North Carolina's finest emcees, the late Trey Stylez,The Iconoclast Crew, Meta4 The Great,Ty Bru,Chaundon,Kaze,Ricky Ruckus,Celinski and Sean Boog just to name a few.
DJ ‘s that reach as far away as France keep Ruger in regular rotation,he has been a featured artist onSirius Radiochannel 40 (Hip Hop Nation)
Ruger has sold close to 10,000 cd's,been featured over 1000 mix cd's,over 3,000,000 plays on myspace alone and close to 100,000 hits on youtube.He has also created quite a buzz on the internet which landed him features in numerous publications such as Down Magazine, Go Triad, The Connex List,Yes! Weekly,AllHipHop.comand been a featured independent artist onSirius Satelite Radiochannel 40 (Hip Hop Nation)
As the latest reward for all the work Ed E. Ruger has put in,he was named The Triad's Best Hip Hop Act of 2009 by the readers of Yes! Weekly & nominated for the 2009 Grind Hard Award at theNorth CarolinaUnderground MusicAwards.So,as you can see,this is only the beginning of a long & prosperous career for Ed E. Ruger who many have labeled "The New Breed Of Hip Hop"
Be on the lookout for Ed E. Ruger's newest release "Lights Out" OUT NOW!
Ok so many may have seen the drama of when stans attack on twitter tonight. Quick breakdown the ciara fans went in on rihanna tonight. Why do u ask? they believe rihanna was talking bad about CiCi when her album sell prediction was released. Now let me give you some visuals to get you up to speed. This is who started the whole thing: Here is rihanna's response: Following that tweet came this: So yall know #TeamCiara came running pitch forks in hand at rihanna page. They called her every name in the book.(wil update when those screenshots come in) I mos def seeing this story hitting mad blogs in the morning. But remember ya heard it hear first on bam vs media. And ladies and gentlemen you are now up to speed on this weeks "When stans attack" **************************Update************************************************ This is Rihanna's response to Bam vs Media:
After hearing the song “Famous Girl.” a few times.(yes i have it on repeat lol) some of the lines stuck out to me a lil bit that sounded a lil indirect. the lines are as follows: "Since I thought I found my woman/ There were other guys who thought the same thing about it/ Like damn, you let me down, down, down/ 'Cause you're famous, girl, for breaking hearts." "Drake would say that you're the best he ever had. Rumors come and go but you keep a shadow. Everywhere you go it follows." "Sorry B i dont where no halo/ u were the first to play the game though/Sorry i busts the windows out your car" "Too much pressure I wish I was frozen. Seems we lost our way. I hope you're happy being famous girl." Bam's Commentary: Maybe its just me idk but this is just my thoughts. But that Sorry B line gets me cause rumor has it that he did bust the window out of RiRi car in barbados. plus if ya listen he says watch the blogs t