Contributed by AdamBernard:
When Little Brother burst onto the scene in 2003 they boasted a classic sound that was supplied in large part by their producer, 9th Wonder. Although his working relationship with Little Brother has been severed, 9th Wonder has still been as busy as ever cementing his place among the elite producers in Hip-Hop today. 2007 saw him release The Dream Merchant Vol. 2 and in addition to his work behind the boards he’s been teaching a Hip-Hop In Context course with Christopher “Play” Martin of Kid N Play at North Carolina Central University. Next year 9th Wonder is looking to release a follow up to his wildly successful collaboration with Buckshot as well as another solo effort tentatively titled The Wonder Years. This week RapReviews caught up with the very busy beatsmith to find out about life after Little Brother, the kind of outside the box thinking that could help Hip-Hop acts reach their fans, and why he feels the music industry could learn a thing or two by going to the movies. Read the full interview at RapReviews.com.