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Elliot Gleave

Also known as Elliot Gleave, Elliott Gleave, example:
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Discography of Example:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 So Many Roads 2 Audio 2007-09-03 The Beats Recordings
2 You Can't Rap 2 Audio 2007-06-18 The Beats Recordings
3 I Don't Want To / Loneliness Costs 2 Audio 2006-01-00 All The Chats
4 The Sell-Out / So Many Roads 5 Audio All The Chats
5 So Many Roads 2 Audio 2007 The Beats Recordings
6 Hooligans (Limited Remixes) 2 Audio 2009-06-21 Data Records
7 Hooligans (Remixes) 2 Audio 2009-06-21
8 Hooligans 8 Audio 2009-06-00 Data Records
9 Hooligans 4 Audio 2009-06-00 Data Records
10 Watch The Sun Come Up 6 Audio 2009-08-00 Data Records
11 Watch The Sun Come Up (Joker & Ginz Remix) 4 Audio 2009-08-00 Data Records
12 Watch The Sun Come Up (Blame Remix) 2 Audio 2009-08-11 Data Records
13 Watch The Sun Come Up 3 Audio 2009-09-21 Data Records
14 Watch The Sun Come Up 2 Audio 2009-09-21 Data Records
15 Watch The Sun Come Up 2 Audio 2009-09-21 Data Records
16 Hooligans 8 Audio 2009-06-00 Data Records
17 Won't Go Quietly 8 Audio 2010 Data Records
18 What We Almost Made 16 Audio 2008 All The Chats
19 We Didn't Invent The Remix 13 Audio 2007 Not On Label (Example Self-released)
20 Kickstarts - House Remixes 4 Audio 2010-05-00 Data Records
21 Kickstarts 7 Audio 2010 Data Records
22 Won't Go Quietly 10 Audio 2010 D:vision Records
23 Kickstarts 2 Audio 2010-06-14 Data Records
24 Kickstarts 2 Audio 2010 Data Records
25 Won't Go Quietly 21 Audio 2010-06-21 Data Records
26 Last Ones Standing 7 Audio 2010-08-00 Ministry Of Sound
27 Won't Go Quietly Remixes 3 Audio 2009-09-02 Data Records
28 Last Ones Standing 4 Audio 2010-08-00 Ministry Of Sound
29 Last Ones Standing 2 Audio 2010-09-13 Ministry Of Sound
30 Won't Go Quietly 9 Audio 2010 Data Records
31 Two Lives 3 Audio 2010 Ministry Of Sound
32 Won't Go Quietly 14 Audio 2010-06-20 Data Records
33 Kickstarts 8 Audio 2010 D:vision Records
34 Last Ones Standing 7 Audio 2010-08-00 Ministry Of Sound
35 Me & Mandy 3 Audio 2008 All The Chats
36 Changed The Way You Kiss Me 7 Audio 2011-05-00 Ministry Of Sound
37 Won't Go Quietly 9 Audio 2010 Data Records
38 Changed The Way You Kiss Me 8 Audio 2011-05-00 Ministry Of Sound
39 Two Lives 7 Audio 2011 D:vision Records
40 Two Lives 4 Audio 2010 Ministry Of Sound
41 So Many Roads 4 Audio 2007
42 Last Ones Standing 9 Audio 2010 D:Vision Records
43 Stay Awake 8 Audio 2011 Ministry Of Sound
44 Hooligans 3 Audio 2009 Data Records
45 Playing In The Shadows 14 Audio 2011-09-04 Ministry Of Sound
46 Stay Awake (Remixes) 2 Audio 2011-08-00 Ministry Of Sound
47 Everybody 2 Audio Not On Label
48 Hooligans 7 Audio 2009-06-00 Data Records
49 Example & DJ Wire Present The Playlist 43 Audio 2011-06-12 Ministry Of Sound
50 Kickstarts 2 Audio 2010 Data Records


Elliot John Gleave (born 20 June 1982), better known by his stage name Example, is an English singer and rapper signed to Data Records. His name arose due to his initials being E.G., which is an abbreviation of the Latin phrase exempli gratia ("for example").

Elliot Gleave was born at a West London hospital in Hammersmith, the elder of two children, and attended All Saints Primary School in Fulham. He later went on to attend ADT College (now Ashcroft Technology Academy) in Wandsworth. Gleave has claimed in interviews that the main reason he started rapping was due to his introduction to hip-hop through albums by Wu-Tang Clan and Snoop Dogg – the latter's album purchased primarily for "the cool cover art".


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