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While we still haven’t seen a reuniting of the holy Little Brother trinity, each of the group’s members will release album’s by the end of 2011. Starting in July, Rapper Big Pooh will team with Stones Throw alum, Roc C, to form the Young Americans, and will release an as-of-yet untitled EP. Following that will be the September 27th release of Phonte Coleman’s long-overdue solo LP, Charity Starts At Home, as well as 9th Wonder’s The Wonder Years LP, via his IWWMG imprint. 9th will produce most of the tracks on Phonte’s LP, as the two have put aside past differences, while 9th’s LP will include collaborations with each Mac Miller, Warren G, Murs, Talib Kweli, Big K.R.I.T., Kendrick Lamar and others.

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7 Responses to "9th Wonder, Phonte, Big Pooh Each Planning Releases By Year's End"
  • sevechild says:

    No offense to Big Pooh (or even 9th Wonder for that matter) but I think Phonte is better off on his own. Not only is he one of the better rappers out right now (top 20-ish?) but he can sing his ass off. Some 9th Wonder beats and a feature or two from Pooh on a Phonte album? Sure. After the Phonte track on RJD2′s last album, I would much rather those two get together and record an album together.

    Not that I would scoff at an LB reunion by any means, but I’ve never been a huge fan of 9th’s production style and Pooh is just so-so.

  • TomL says:

    If Phonte would really join up with RJD2 for an entire album… I wouldn’t even worry about little brother reuniting

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