9th Wonder to Document His Year at Harvard in Upcoming Documentary [Video]
New York, N.Y. -- After documenting 365 days in the life of the Grammy-winning beatsmith and Jamla Records founder's life in 2010's The Wonder Year, independent filmmaker Kenneth Price has rejoined forces with 9th Wonder for a second documentary film. The Harvard Fellow will follow 9th over the course of his upcoming year as a Hip-Hop Archive Fellow at one of the most prestigious universities in the world. In addition to peeping the trailer below, fans can contribute to the film's production via the Kickstarter link below. Rewards for donation range from DVDs of The Wonder Years all the way up to original beats by 9th.
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