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  • 9th Wonder on how to succeed in life and hip-hop

    Students in Grammy-winning hip-hop producer 9th Wonder’s class this semester learn how to form a label and sign artists while at North Carolina Central University. In the hip-hop history class, 9th tried to get students to think about hip-hop history and black history at NCCU.

Students in Grammy-winning hip-hop producer 9th Wonder’s class this semester learn how to form a label and sign artists while at North Carolina Central University. In the hip-hop history class, 9th tried to get students to think about hip-hop history and black history at NCCU. Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan dvaughan@heraldsun.com
Students in Grammy-winning hip-hop producer 9th Wonder’s class this semester learn how to form a label and sign artists while at North Carolina Central University. In the hip-hop history class, 9th tried to get students to think about hip-hop history and black history at NCCU. Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan dvaughan@heraldsun.com

9th Wonder teaches real-life lessons about hip-hop industry at N.C. Central

April 18, 2017 3:23 PM