Jason Weintraub

New Artist Spotlight: P-Wonda [Video]


With different regions all over the United States, rappers from the East, West, and South might have an easier time breaking out of the underground with the help of veterans that have paved the way.

However, when it comes to states like North Carolina, many rappers must rely on raw talent and dedication to come up in an area not particularly known for rap.

Fresh off his tour with Hip-Hop legends Bone-Thugs & Harmony, and with his new “I Do #’s Wonda Bread Mixtape” buzzing all over the internet, P-Wonda with the help of his team including Waleed Coyote has become one of the hottest upcoming rappers out of North Carolina and hopes to be a leader of this middle east rap movement.

P-Wonda talks about the come up and the inspirations in the Middle East.

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Wonda talks about the breakthrough of his hit single “Beyotch I Do Numbers”

Wonda Speaks on his new mixtape and what other past projects he was involved in.

Wonda speaks on the major label or independent route in the music industry.

Wonda speaks on the Carolina movement and what separates the Middle East from other regions.

Wonda Speaks on his latest projects and what to look out for in the future.

Make sure to check out the new mixtape from P-Wonda hosted by DJ Holiday that has everyone talking about the North Carolina beast. Also, make sure to check out any of the links below to keep up with the latest music and info on P-Wonda.
Myspace- www.myspace.com/pwonda
Twitter – twitter.com/pwonda
Mixtape – http://www.mediafire.com/?nymnzumx25q

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  • He must come from St Louis because his name is almost of the Wonder Bread company there…i hope he asked them to use their likeness for his name and album

  • tony

    p wonda all day he mad poping he the best one out

  • tony

    lets go p wonda he mad cool

  • Emmy Lavelle