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"Shots from tha Ruger Album Review"

“Out in the pastures of North Carolina, Ed E. Ruger has been planting his verbal seeds for years. Now, with a full crop for the masses, he’s here to present his newest album, “Shots from tha Ruger”. Just listen to his energy backed with the heavy track on the intro and you’ll know what your in for with this album. Like many blunted lyricists before him, Ed E. pays homage to his special little green friends that continue to give him inspiration on the track cleverly titled, “The Weed Song”. “Change” featuring fellow Carolina veteran, Metaphor the Great, is another hard hittin’ song that’ll keep ya head snappin’. Without a doubt, my favorite song is “Old Man”. It’s a track in which Ed E. reflects on his life and the struggles he’s had to face. With one listen, you’ll be able to put yourself in his shoes. So all in all this is a great collection of diverse styles and a must have for all True Heads. So holla at Ed E. Ruger and support your own.”

-Reviewed by: The Wonder Twinz
Publication: The Connex List vol. 21
- The Connex List vol. 21


"Album review"

“Greensboro native Ed E. Ruger began his career at the ripe age of 16 and has been on the grind ever since. Ruger's full-length release, "Shots From Tha Ruger," already has received plenty of buzz. His battle-style raps come straight at you from the first track. The claim of being North Crunk's Finest is backed up with witty metaphors and punch lines that flow over hard, street-influenced beats.
The majority of the tracks on this album are ready to bang in the club. Ruger steps out on "Old Man" and speaks about personal issues. "Old Man" is a track that a lot of people can relate to and find some closure to their own problems. This track was made by one of the Boro's best producers, Double J, who chops up a classic track from a Canadian rocker. The production, the delivery and the message of "Old Man" make this a classic track from one of the hardest-working MCs in Greensboro.
Overall, "Shots From tha Ruger" is a commentary on the scene in the Triad and one MC's journey in it. There are plenty of appearances by the likes of Celinski and Ill Po, not to mention the late, great Tre’ Stylez.”

-Reviewed by: Scoop - www.heavycontact.com
Publication: Greensboro News & Record “Go Triad” (August 14, 2006)
- Greensboro News and Record - Go Triad


Discography

Ed E. Ruger's debut full length album
"Shots from tha Ruger" released July, 2006.
Singles "Old Man", "Hustlin'" and "Change" all have been features on Sirius Radio Ch. 40 (Hip Hop Nation) and get regular airplay. Ed E. Ruger has also hit chart positions in Japan, Germany and Greenland to name a few.

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Bio

Ed E. Ruger also known as E-DOT has been taking the Carolina hip hop scene by storm. As a Greensboro native this rapper represents his hometown the 336 like none other.

Once a battle rapper, Ed E. Ruger, with his freestyles took over the Carolina’s underground hip hop culture. His in your face style and crowd hyping ability landed him the 2002 Rhyme Warz champion, undefeated. After hanging up the towel, he pursued a co-hosting spot on the “Millennium View” and hosted the “Dot Spot” portion of the “Nickie Brown Variety Show” while recording his mix tape “Tha Southern Bull”.

Ed E. Ruger’s flawless execution, vivid expressions and jaw dropping punch lines puts this artist in a class of his own. This rappers southern influence and never ending hunger for the game has given him labels such as “Tha Southern Bull” and “North Crunk’s Finest”. After listening to his tracks or catching a live performance you’ll be sure to agree.

Since the completion of Ed E. Ruger’s debut album “Shots from tha Ruger”, Ed E. Ruger as shared the stage with hip hop legends. In April of 2006, Ed E. Ruger opened an almost sold out venue for KRS-One at Ziggy’s in Winston-Salem, NC. In August of 2006, Ed E. Ruger performed with the Wu-Tang Clan at the Millennium Center in Winston-Salem, NC.

Be sure to check out Ed E. Ruger’s debut album “Shots from tha Ruger”, released June 2006. This album is released under Suga Hill Entertainment an independent label in conjunction with Double J tha Jenuis. This album is sure to be a classic, a must have for every music lovers collection. Listen for the new singles “Old Man” and “Hustlin”, “Hustlin” has been featured on “who’s got next” on Sirius Radio ch.40 Hip Hop Nation. This album features artists Celinski, IllPo, Metaphor the Great, ethemadassassin, Choke and Tre’ Stylez.