Last night, @WondaMusic's Jerry Wonda hopped on Twitter to answer your music questions and to give some more insight into the work of a multi-platinum producer! A large variety of topics were covered again this week. Let's revisit some highlights:
@princewonda : oh maaan... when I think about the score..i dont think about the money.. I think about how much fun it was makin such a great album..and a lot of time when im listening to that album...just gives me great flash back of some of the times in the past...we did that in my fathers basement with less equipment..and less expensive equipment..but it was all classic
The Score was the Fugees' second and final album. Recorded in Jerry Wonda and Wyclef's uncle's basement, the album went on to be considered one of the classic hip-hop albums of all time, making it onto several prominent hip-hop magazine's best albums lists: it was on the The Source's 100 best hip-hop albums and it was ranked number 477 out of 500 on Rolling Stone's list of best albums of all time.
Last week, Jerry discussed how Motown legend James Jamerson served as an inspiration to his bass playing growing up. James was on may classic Motown records as an uncredited musician. Jerry draws inspiration from all different genres, and truly believes that musicianship and knowing an instrument are integral parts of being a producer.
Tune in next Thursday at 8pm on Twitter for the weekly Q&A with Jerry Wonda! You can send your questions at any time to @princewonda.