Evan Sewell Wallace, best known by his stage name e-Dubble was an American rapper from Philadelphia. He was best known for his Freestyle Friday series in which he released a new song each Friday throughout all of 2010, with one final release in 2012. He was the founder of Black Paisley Records. He died aged 34 on February 13, 2017.

Over the course of his career, e-dubble released four albums; Straight Outta St. Mary’s (2006), Hip-Hop is Good (2009), Reset EP (2012), and Two-Tone Rebel (2016).

Cause of death

On 21 January 2017, 23 days before his death, e-dubble posted a photo on his Instagram of a swollen hand, with the caption “I don’t recommend throwing up half of your body’s blood. Or having your hand swell up like Martin Short in ‘Pure Luck’ or needing 10 blood transfusions. But I’m gonna be aight. Thanks for the love”

Wallace died of an infection that started in his hand and spread throughout his body on February 13, 2017.

Sepsis was reported as the cause of death, but this was not confirmed.
we shall keep you updated once the cause is made public.

 

 Profile Summary

Full Name Evan Sewell Wallace
Date of Birth Evan Sewell Wallace,
Occupation Rapper
Marital Status
No. of Children
Date of Death February 13, 2017
Age of Death 34
Cause of Death To Be Confirmed
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