Erick Sermon
Erick Sermon

Birth name

Erick Sermon

Also known as

E Double, The Green Eyed Bandit


25 November 1968 (age 47)

  • Bay Shore, New York, United States


Brentwood, New York, United States


Hip hop

Years active



Fresh/Sleeping Bag, Priority, BCM, Def Jam/PolyGram, Dreamworks/Interscope/Univeral, J/RCA/BMG, Motown/Universal

Associated acts

Def Squad, DJ Scratch, EPMD, Hit Squad, Method Man & Redman, Keith Murray, PMD, Redman, Too Short

Erick Sermon (born 25 November 1968) is an American rapper and record producer from Brentwood, New York. Sermon is best known as half of the duo EPMD with PMD, and for his production work. He began recording solo albums for Def Jam in 1993 after the break-up of EPMD, and formed the group Def Squad with Redman and Keith Murray

In 2000, Sermon moved to J Records, and released the album Music the following year. The album's first single, "Music", featured previously unreleased Marvin Gaye vocals, and became Sermon's highest-charting song by peaking at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #2 on the hip hop charts. 

His last solo album, Chilltown, New York, was released in 2004, and the latest EPMD album, We Mean Business, was released in 2008.


Main article: Erick Sermon discography See also: EPMD discography

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