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    Wonda Music Featured on VH1's Love and Hip Hop!

    Jerry Wonda and the Wonda Music Team made an appearance on this week's episode (Season 2, Episode 10) of VH1's Love and Hip Hop

     

    In this episode, recording artist Olivia Longott visited Platinum Sound Recording Studios in NYC to work on a poem turned song that she had written for her mother. Chief Engineer Serge Tsai and Producer Arden Keyz were also spotted in the middle of a jam session!

     

    "Some of your favorite songs are probably done by Jerry and you don't even know it. He's amazing."  - Olivia Longott

     

    According to the VH1 official website, "Liv’s next stop on her career train is to meet with producer Jerry Wonda. Jerry gives Olivia’s words a melody and as she starts to sing along, the track goes from poem on a page to instant hit. 'That sounds hot!' she says. It really does. For once this season, Olivia has channeled her emotions the right way and her song sounds amazing."

     

    Want to read more? Head over to the Official Love and Hip Hop Blog!

    http://blog.vh1.com/2012-01-23/love-and-hip-hop-episode-10-everything-happens-for-a-reason/

     

    Check out some still frames from the episode below! 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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on Jan 24, 2012

Jerry Wonda and the Wonda Music Team made an appearance on this week's episode (Season 2, Episode 10) of VH1's Love and Hip Hop

 

In this episode, recording artist Olivia Longott visited Platinum Sound Recording Studios in NYC to work on a poem turned song that she had written for her mother. Chief Engineer Serge Tsai and Producer Arden Keyz were also spotted in the middle of a jam session!

 

"Some of your favorite songs are probably done by Jerry and you don't even know it. He's amazing."  - Olivia Longott

 

According to the VH1 official website, "Liv’s next stop on her career train is to meet with producer Jerry Wonda. Jerry gives Olivia’s words a melody and as she starts to sing along, the track goes from poem on a page to instant hit. 'That sounds hot!' she says. It really does. For once this season, Olivia has channeled her emotions the right way and her song sounds amazing."

 

Want to read more? Head over to the Official Love and Hip Hop Blog!

http://blog.vh1.com/2012-01-23/love-and-hip-hop-episode-10-everything-happens-for-a-reason/

 

Check out some still frames from the episode below!