Quality Control’s new artist Ed Dolo Releases His New Single “BlackOut” ft. Big Slixc
Arkansas rapper and Quality Control’s latest signee Ed Dolo has the potential to become the next rising star out the South and one of his home state’s first greats. The Helena, Ark. native has been a lead influence in the early beginning of rising Motown/Quality Control recording artist Bankroll Freddie. Dolo has received cosigns and nods from his peers in the industry as well Pee who recently just signed the 28 year old artist to the label. He releases his new video single “BlackOut” feat. Big Slixc this summer to set a notice that he is on the way.
Last year, Ed Dolo dropped several projects throughout 2020 — Mr. One Take, 90 Days Before the Deal, his most recent breakthrough project Lisa Son which released in December featuring collaborations from Uglyman Boosie, Grease, Big30, Big Slixc, and Boosie Badazz. The project has had regional success creating a lane for him to finally get his shot to represent his state.
Ed Dolo is getting ready for his debut untitled project through Quality Control and he has dropped several music videos from Lisa Son such as, ‘Lucked Up’ and Notice Me” in 2021.
Watch the video below and stay connected with Ed Dolo for upcoming announcements and releases here.
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