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For a certain sect of Hip-Hop, 9th Wonder leaving the Little Brother world was as earth shattering as the Pangea split. For Rapper Big Pooh, however, it’s all part of evolution. Pooh had been feeling the urge to express his self as a solo artist since the group’s critically acclaimed 2003 debut, The Listening, and with fellow LB vocalist Phonte’s understanding, he released his solo debut, Sleepers in 2005. He’s since acquired such a cornucopia of solo material (featuring, of course, members of the Hall of Justice crew) it only makes sense (and hopefully dollars) that four years later he releases four versions of his street LP debut (grittier than an album, but cleaner than a mixtape), The Delightful Bars. (more…)

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