One of Arkansas’ Hip Hop Kings: E Dubb
The qualities of a great man are "vision, integrity, courage, understanding, the power of articulation, and profundity of character."
The first time I ever spoke with Mr. Errol Westbrook, I immediately recognized his voice from the Black Lives Don’t Matter single. I consider E Dubb one of Arkansas’ Hip Hop Kings because he is an artist, he is an entrepreneur, and he is also a philanthropist. His work in the helping profession is what struck me. He is the founder of the Trap House Awards and he is the face of anti-bullying campaigns in Arkansas. That’s five jobs already, very impressive. I wanted to write this piece on E Dubb because Arkansas is not known for Hip Hop, but hey people talent is here.
E Dubb is an artist at Next Page Entertainment and the CEO of Tall Guy Entertainment. He has opened for many artists from Tum Tum to Big Tuck. His upcoming event is the Pup Dog Compilation 20th Year Reunion Party. Special guest performances will include: Mr. B, Ball Jones, Mr. Joker, Kat Daddy, King Jack, 607, Stephen Walter, Endo Shibooda, and Mr. E Dubb himself. I urge all A&R’s to come out. Yes, it is time to scout in the Little Rock area. Little Rock is bangin in Hip Hop. E Dubb’s EPK: www.ErrolWestbrookNpe.com http://errolwestbrook.bandcamp.com Contact: Westbrook800@gmail.com The event takes place this weekend, December 15, 2017, at the LaChanges Nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas. Remember to Like, Share, Comment or even disagree with Ms. Blonde Intelligence 😊.