Edo G Says He’s Going Back To Da Bulldogs-Era Sound & Using 5 Never Heard Vintage Pete Rock Beats (Video)

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Boston Hip-Hop pioneer Edo G (formerly Ed O.G.) is at work on his 11th album. The “Be A Father To Your Child” songwriter, and maker of “Gotta Have It” has done a lot of music since parting ways with Da Bulldogs. He’s worked closely with Masta Ace, Diamond D, DJ Premier, and Pete Rock. However, in announcing his upcoming LP, After All These Years, Ed says he’s out to get back to that “classic boom-bap” sound that helped give Boston a national Rap star in the late ’80s and early ’90s.

With a new label, and a host of release formats, Ed is looking to properly fund his upcoming LP. So fans/Heads take heed if this is something you feel compelled to pre-support. However, Ed also notes that he stumbled across some vintage, dusty, never-used Pete Rock beats on a tape. With The Chocolate Boy Wonder’s blessing, those five joints are on the album, and seeking the proper audience…

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