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Tablo's Back On The Music Scene

2010/10/25 | Permalink | Source

After battling allegations of false academic records for nearly a year, can Tablo fans finally look forward to a comeback? It appears that way.

The hip hop artist Dumbfoundead announced on his personal twitter account that he will be releasing his new song "Respect 16's" on October 26th, a collaboration with other Korean hip hop artists. Other than Epik High's leader, Tablo, artists such as Tiger JK, Mithra Jin, Myk, Yanki, Dok2, and Bizzy will also be featured.

Dumbfoundead was a part of the underground hip hop scene in the US. He started to make a name for himself in Korea not only as a rapper, but a talented producer. Most notably, he helped work on Epik High's "Map The Soul" album and Jay Park's joint projects.

Being that this is Tablo's first musical works since the Stanford-incident blew up almost a year ago, many people have been showing particular interest. He's been fighting allegations from netizens accusing him of not actually being a Stanford University graduate. Through a documentary special aired earlier this month, the public finally got a deeper look at his academic background and the hardships triggered by this incident. The police fairly recently confirmed that Tablo was indeed a graduate from the prestigious institution with both a BA and MA under his belt, achieved within three years.

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