9th Wonder is many things to many people. Some recognize him the beatsmith behind one of the more successful hip-hop groups in recent memory, Little Brother. Others see him an underground producer that was able to crossover without changing what made him, him. 9th has crafted beats for everybody from the Cesar Comanche to Mary [cont.]
“South Bronx’s favorite” teams with 9th Wonder and a whole host of Puerto Rican models for his new video.
Directed by Kenneth Price, from The Wonder Years, in stores now. HHS review coming soon.
9th Wonder’s new album, The Wonder Years, is in stores now. LISTEN: 9th Wonder – “That’s Love” (feat. Mac Miller + Heather Victoria) 9th Wonder – “That’s Love” (feat. Mac Miller + Heather Victoria)
Off of Aquil & Yahzilla’s upcoming EP the bright Lady sessions. Directed by Yahya Ismail
Another preview off of Charity Starts At Home, dropping the same day as The Wonder Years, September 27th. LISTEN: Phonte – “The Good Fight” (prod. 9th Wonder)
One beer from 9th Wonder’s upcoming The Wonder Years LP, hitting September 27th. LISTEN: 9th Wonder – “One Night” (Feat. Terrace Martin, Phonte, Bird And The Midnight Falcons)
From The Wonder Years, hitting Sept. 27th.
Not quite a full-on Little Brother reunion, but 2/3 ain’t bad. Taken from 9th’s September 27th release, The Wonder Years. LISTEN: 9th Wonder – “Band Practice Pt. 2″ (feat. Phonte + Median) 9th Wonder – “Band Practice Pt. 2″ (feat. Phonte + Median)
+FE Music proudly presents “Not Here Anymore”, the first single from Phonte’s upcoming solo album, Charity Starts At Home, due 9/27 on +FE Music/Jamla. LISTEN: Phonte – “Not Here Any More” (feat. Elzhi, prod. 9th Wonder) Phonte – “Not Here Any More” (feat. Elzhi, prod. 9th Wonder)
HipHopSite.Com exclusive world premiere, coming off of the Brooklyn-based duo, The Metermaids’ Rooftop Shake album, hitting September 6th on Strange Famous records. The LP features appearances by Sage Francis and Buck 65, production from 9th Wonder (Little Brother) and M. Stine, and cuts by DJ Rob Swift. You can also check out the group’s single [cont.]
First in Flight State crew Actual Proof has joined forces with LRG, Jamla Records and DJBooth.net to bring fans their latest street release, the Still Hotter Than July LP. The project features 18 original joints from emcees Sundown and Enigma, including reader-approved leak “Get It Done.” Joining Actual Proof on the guest tip throughout Still [cont.]
As he states in the beginning of the track, Phraze is on some rude sh$t this go-round. Filmed in Miami, Florida and Directed by Taskmastapeace this 2 minute spew of substance and subject matter has Phraze covering all bases. Music, people, relationships, social trends, logic, etc… and he comes to the conclusion that sometimes you [cont.]
C. Breezy teams with 9th Wonder for the fourth entry in his “Real Hip-Hop Shit” series. Now we know what Bumpy Knuckles was talking about. Part 3 included, as well.
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 [cont.]
From Rapsody’s Thank H.E.R. Now, hitting June 21st on 9th Wonder’s IWWMG/Jamla imprint. LISTEN: Rapsody – “Black Diamonds” (feat. Raekwon & 9th Wonder) Rapsody – “Black Diamonds” (feat. Raekwon & 9th Wonder)
From 9th Wonder’s IWWMG / JAMLA Records imprint, taken from the L.R.G. Presents “Robin Hood Re” project. Produced by Eric G, Directed by Kenneth Price.
North Carolina repper and Away Team frontman Sean Boog has hooked up with DJBooth.net to bring fans his sophomore solo mixtape, Phantom of the Jamla. The project features 16 fresh cuts from the IWWMG/Jamla signee, including leaks “1-2-3” and “Fight the Feeling,” along with the project’s title track. Labelmates Sundown (of ActProof) and HaLo makes [cont.]
Big K.R.I.T being interviewed by 9th wonder on the #returnof4eva tour.
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