The self titled project from Small Wonders now available on Bandcamp.com
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Ten years ago, a good friend of mine by the name of Marcus Norwood and I, started a hip hop duo known as Small Wonders. It was the traditional MC/Dj combo, our format was Two Turntables and a Mic, and our mission statement was simple; Quality Handmade Hip Hop. I began calling us the Army of Two a short time after we founded the entity, due to our ability to cover many bases musically between the two of us, both on the stage and in the creative process. During that time we recorded a mixtape project called Playability, which was released on CD and marketed in the Indiana area. We shot a music video for our song They Don’t See, and done a number of shows in the area. In the heyday of forums like Myspace and Reverbnation we were able to reach a lot of listeners online and spread the buzz.
A major influence on Small Wonders, was owner of Village Green Records, Travis Harvey. Not only did he design this cover back in 2008, he also began making handmade T shirts with this logo and spreading it through the Ball State University campus, where the store is located. Our first and last show was at VGR. Needless to say, we will have to return for a reunion show in the future.
This project includes music that was made from 2008 to 2017, all produced by Marcus Norwood(Definition), and written by Donta Rollins(Goldeneye). All re-recorded and mixed by Andrew Christman in the Palace of Sorrow studio in Muncie. It is a must have for the music collection, especially for listeners of traditional, uptempo, boom bap hip hop. For fans of groups such as Tribe Called Quest, Eric B. and Rakim, and Gang Starr. Another feel good classic to add to your collection of real hip hop music.