Grammy-winning hip-hop producer 9th Wonder (standing) is teaching “Hip-Hop in Deep Concentration” at N.C. Central University. A semester-long project is to create a student label. Students Nia Darby (center) and Ivey Johnson (R) created the label Black Bullies and signed Ernest Third.
Grammy-winning hip-hop producer 9th Wonder (standing) is teaching “Hip-Hop in Deep Concentration” at N.C. Central University. A semester-long project is to create a student label. Students Nia Darby (center) and Ivey Johnson (R) created the label Black Bullies and signed Ernest Third. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun
Grammy-winning hip-hop producer 9th Wonder (standing) is teaching “Hip-Hop in Deep Concentration” at N.C. Central University. A semester-long project is to create a student label. Students Nia Darby (center) and Ivey Johnson (R) created the label Black Bullies and signed Ernest Third. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun

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