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Eprhyme is an American Jewish rapper and producer from Brooklyn, New York. He was born on February 19, 1980 and is currently 44 years old. He is best known for his socially conscious lyrics and his unique blend of hip-hop, reggae, and soul. Eprhyme has released several albums, including his debut album, "The Eprhyme Show" (2005), and his most recent album, "The Art of the Fresh" (2015). He has also collaborated with a number of artists, including Talib Kweli, KRS-One, and Immortal Technique. Eprhyme has been featured in a number of publications, including The New York Times, The Source, and Rolling Stone. He has also been featured on MTV, VH1, and BET. Eprhyme has won several awards, including the "Best Hip-Hop Artist" award at the 2006 Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. Eprhyme's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. He has earned his wealth through his music career, as well as through his various business ventures.

Popular As Eden Daniel Pearlstein
Occupation Rapper, producer
Age 44 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 19 February, 1980
Birthday 19 February
Birthplace Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.
Nationality American

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In 2014, Eprhyme and Smoke M2D6, producing under the name Thee Xntrx, released All Your Friend's Friends, a compilation of Pacific Northwest rappers sampling older K Records artists. Those on the compilation included The Chicharones, MG! The Visionary, Oldominion, and Eprhyme himself.


Eprhyme returned to K Records in 2011 for his second album, Dopestylevsky. The album featured more collaborations, including Labtekwon, DeScribe, Y-Love, and AKA.


In March 2010, Eprhyme performed at the Sandys Row Synagogue in London as part of a Moishe House event.


In 2009, Eprhyme relocated to New York City, where he became a regular at SOB's. That same year, he released his debut album, Waywordwonderwill, through Shemspeed Records.


Pearlstein attended The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, where he studied comparative theology and led classes in Alternative Jewish studies on the side. During this time, he became involved in the Olympia music scene, working with producer Matt "Smoke" Smokovich of Oldominion. He also co-founded the hip hop group Saints of Everyday Failures alongside D-Scribe, Tha Goonie, MC Contradiction, and My Left Foot. They performed at the 2006 Lakefair festival alongside One Block Radius and released two albums together, True Meaning of Survival (2005) and The State of the Art is Failure (2006), the latter of which featured contributions by Awol One, 2Mex, Onry Ozzborn, and members of Typical Cats. The album's sound was described by Weekly Volcano as "a séance with John Coltrane, Hermann Hesse, and Public Enemy."


Eden Daniel Pearlstein (born February 19, 1980), better known by his stage name Eprhyme (pronounced "E-Prime"), is an American Jewish rapper and producer based in Brooklyn, New York. Raised in a Reform family, he later found himself drawn to greater observance and became Orthodox, a change which influenced his music. While attending The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, he became involved with the Olympia music scene as half of the hip hop duo Saints of Everyday Failures, with which he released two albums. According to Nic Leonard of the Weekly Volcano, Eprhyme "played a major roll [sic] in the creation of the Olympia hip-hop scene." He was noticed by local independent label K Records, who released his first two singles, "Punklezmerap" and "Shomer Salaam". He then released his debut album, Waywordwonderwill (2009), through Shemspeed Records, before returning to K Records for his follow-up, Dopestylevsky (2011). He is currently part of the alternative hip hop group Darshan with singer-songwriter Shir Yaakov.

Eden Pearlstein was born February 19, 1980, in Phoenix, Arizona. He grew up in a Reform Jewish household, later describing it as "a standard non-Orthodox West Coast Jewish upbringing—Hebrew school, bar mitzvah, and summer camp. It was not very intriguing to me and I just walked away from it after my bar mitzvah." He listened to hip hop as a child and began rapping when he was 14. During his middle school years, he became rebellious and dabbled in drugs and petty crime until, at age 17, he attended a youth arts program and became interested in poetry. In his early twenties, he visited North Dakota to participate in a Native American Sun Dance, during which he had a spiritual epiphany that inspired him to re-examine his Jewish roots.