Birth Place: Durham, North Carolina, United States
Years Active: 2002 - 2010
Genres: Hip Hop
Little Brother was a hip-hop group from Durham, North Carolina that consisted of rappers Phonte (Phonte Coleman), Big Pooh (Thomas Jones), and DJ/producer 9th Wonder (Pat Douthit). The group put out four studio albums and six mixtapes during their nine-year run. The trio met while in college in 1998 and began to perform locally and on college campus. The group also became members of the North Carolina alternative hip-hop collective, Justus League. Little Brother’s first single, “Speed,” arrived in 2001 and created a local underground buzz, which lead to a signing with the independent record label ABB Records. 2002 saw the release of the 7-inch single, “Atari 2600.” Their debut albu...
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