When asked about the origins of his name, Dubbledge once said 'A Rasta man once told me that the tongue is a double-edged sword, even though it may be one of the smallest muscles in your body. It can do the most damage. It can start wars or bring peace." Bringing a style that has no master and a colossal catalogue of collaborations from Ed Skrein to Foreign Beggars and Genesis Elijah, The Independent journalist Hugh Leask noted Dubbledge's "skill for setting the ordinary next to the extraordinary, blending the humdrum everyday minutia with the dramatic and explosive." His 'Dubbledge vs The Boondocks' album saw the rapper use fragments of the cartoon series The Boondocks to create a unique 35 minute concept album that featured production from the mighty Chase & Status, Ben Grymm, DJ IQ, L.G and Metabeats. Since the release of 'The Richest Man in Babylon' on Low Life Records back in 2007, our man Dubbledge remains one of the most intelligent and entertaining rhyme-writers to bless the UK in the last decade.