From the streets to the Ivy League
It’s a cultural phenomenon one built in the midst of an epidemic, a rise in oppression and a people’s need to find a voice. This is hip-hop in its purest form, born from soul samples and a dj’s ability to mix and scratch two records together while an MC drops street knowledge of his unique life and times.
Fast forward thirty some odd years later and this youthful movement has become celebrated history with its heroes, villains and tales of tragedy and triumph.
The Hip-Hop Fellow follows producer, 9th Wonder, as he transitions from being a student of the game to being a professor of the art; educating those thirsty for enlightenment on a culture once thought of as a short-lived fad, presented from one of the game’s number one Chief Rockas.