It must be 9th Wonder's work ethic that makes him such an obvious choice for documentarians. Along with a proper film dedicated to a year of his life, the producer/rapper/label head/professor was also recently the subject of a mini-documentary by some students at Chicago's Columbia College. They spent the day with the multi-talented Durham, N.C. native, who speaks on a variety of topics. In particular, he discusses how the Internet has vastly changed the hip-hop game while shedding light on how the aforementioned film, The Wonder Year, came together. You also get to learn about who he wants to produce for more than anyone else. This is essentially a must-watch for aspiring hip-hop artists and, of course, anyone interested in 9th's career.
Watch the video below.