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Terrace Martin & 9th Wonder


Starting off the new year in good artistic fashion, Terrace Martin is in preparation to not only release some of his best work, but to also make more appearances on the show circuit. Over a 17-year span, this "young veteran" has built an impressive catalogue of his best production (and personal works) that has withstood the test of a "here-today-gone-tomorrow" industry and unpredictable digital era. Jazz is his first love, Hip Hop his second. Somehow, Terrace has successfully managed to dedicate his time to both, garnering the hearts of fans from each genre.

Snoop Dogg praises his musical versatility. Dr. Dre respects his "ear". Stevie Wonder has drawn comparisons between him and some of the greatest horn players of all-time. Long time mentor/legend, Quincy Jones, is quoted to have called Terrace "one of the only real sincere bridges of the generations". Not that he's thrives on co-signs, but if compliments from these aformentioned gentlemen doesnt serve as a testament to his credibility then what does? His numbers aren't too shabby either: 2 mixtapes, 3 Grammy nominations, 7 albums, 30 million + Youtube views, an uncountable amount of production & engineering credits, and contributions to 11 million records sold worldwide, Terrace Martin is still on an upward climb. His mission is not only simple but is make people feel good. Period.

Collaboration albums
2011: The Wonder Years (with 9th Wonder)
2011: Melrose (with Murs)

*2012: Untitled collaborative project w/9th Wonder)

Official Mixtapes
2007: Signal Flow
2008: Locke High
2010: Here, My Dear
2011: Locke High 2

2010: 808s & Sax Breaks
2011: The Sex EP
2011: Thoughts from Detention
2012: The 4 Luv Suite

Featured Production:
Snoop Dogg:
Tha Last Meal (2000)
Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss (2002)
R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece (2004)
Tha Blue Carpet Treatment (2006)
Ego Trippin' (2008)
Malice n Wonderland (2009)

Quincy Jones: Soul Bossa Nostra (2010)
Kurupt: Streetlights (2009)
Lalah Hathaway: Self Portait (2011)
Kendrick Lamar: Section 80 (2011)
Jay Rock: Follow Me Home (2011)
Talib Kweli: Eardrum (2007)

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