It's a Wonderful World Music Group

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It's a Wonderful World Music Group
Parent company It's a Wonderful World Music Group
Founded 2008
Founder 9th Wonder
Status Active
Distributor(s) Empire Distribution
Genre Hip hop, Rhythm and blues
Country of origin United States
Location Raleigh, North Carolina
Official website facebook.com/iwwmusicgroup

It's A Wonderful World Music Group (IWWMG) is an independent record label, founded by hip hop producer Patrick Douthit (9th Wonder) in 2008.

History[edit]

In January 2008, 9th Wonder initially announced plans to start two independent record labels, Jamla and The Academy, under the IWWMG imprint. Jamla originally consisted of Skyzoo, GQ, Rapsody, Tyler Woods, and Big Remo, while The Academy consisted of HaLo, Heather Victoria, Thee Tom Hardy, Actual Proof (Sundown & Enigma), TP & The Away Team (Khrysis & Sean Boog). The Academy artists were later folded into the Jamla label.

In July 2010, 9th Wonder officially debuted his production team for IWWMG. The Soul Council consists of Khrysis, E. Jones, Fatin "10" Horton, Ka$h Don't Make Beats, AMP, Eric G., & 9th Wonder himself.[1] In August 2014, 9th Wonder announced Nottz as being the newest member of The Soul Council.[2]

Artists[edit]

Jamla Records[edit]

  • GQ
  • Rapsody
  • Big Remo
  • Heather Victoria
  • HaLo
  • TP
  • Actual Proof
  • Add-2

The Soul Council (Producers)[edit]

Former Artists[edit]

  • Skyzoo
  • Thee Tom Hardy
  • Tyler Woods

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2009: Skyzoo - The Salvation (Jamla/Duck Down)
  • 2010: Big Remo - Entrapment (Jamla)
  • 2010: Skyzoo & Illmind - Live From The Tape Deck (Jamla/Duck Down)
  • 2010: 9th Wonder - 9th's Opus: It's a Wonderful World Music Group
  • 2011: Median - The Sender (Foreign Exchange Music/Jamla/Fat Beats)
  • 2011: 9th Wonder - The Wonder Years
  • 2011: The Away Team - Scars and Stripes (Jamla/Duck Down)
  • 2012: Actual Proof - Black Boy Radio
  • 2012: Big Remo - Sleepwalkers
  • 2012: Sean Boog - Sean Boogie Nights (Jamla)
  • 2012: 9th Wonder & Buckshot - The Solution (Jamla/Duck Down)
  • 2012: Murs & 9th Wonder - The Final Adventure
  • 2012: Rapsody - The Idea Of Beautiful
  • 2013: GQ - Death Threats & Love Notes (Jamla)
  • 2014: Jamla Is The Squad Compilation
  • 2014: GQ - Rated Oakland
  • 2014: Halo (guest starring Masta Killa) - Mansa Musa

EPs[edit]

  • 2010: Actual Proof - The FreEP (The Academy)
  • 2011: Heather Victoria - Hip Hop Soul Lives
  • 2011: GQ - Trouble Man
  • 2012: Rapsody - The Black Mamba EP
  • 2013: Add-2 & Khrysis - Between Heaven and Hell EP
  • 2014: Rapsody - Beauty And The Beast EP

The Instrumental Albums[edit]

  • 2011: Eric G - Stars & Lights
  • 2012: Eric G - The Jamla Collection Vol. 1
  • 2012: Eric G - The Jamla Collection Vol. 2
  • 2012: Eric G - The Jamla Collection Vol. 3
  • 2012: Ka$h - The Jamla Files
  • 2012: Khrysis - fuNkwhatchuheard
  • 2012: 9th Wonder - Tutankhamen: Valley of the Kings (Jamla)
  • 2012: AMP - AMP on the Beat Like Vol. 1 (Jamla)
  • 2013: E. Jones - Music Never Stops (Jamla)
  • 2013: Khrysis - Merry Khrysmas (Jamla)
  • 2014: Eric G - Speechless (Jamla)

Upcoming Albums[edit]

  • Big Remo - Hero (January 6, 2015)
  • TP - Flying Into The Future (TBA)
  • Actual Proof - All God's Children Got Rhythm (TBA)
  • Heather Victoria - Black Girl Story (2015)
  • Add-2 - TBA (November 2014)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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