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    The Wonda Music Team would like to wish one of our producers, Akene "The Champ" Dunkley , a very happy birthday! 


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  • On behalf of the Jerry Wonda and the entire Wonda Music Team, we would like to personally thank all of the blogs and websites who picked up our Haiti Documentary. We are very grateful that our message was so heavily broadcasted, and we hope to continue to spread awareness and promote/aid disaster relief programs.


    In three short days, the video had:

    WorldStarHipHop: 60,000+ hits

    YouTube: 10,000+ hits

    Please continue to pass it along and spread the message!! #RememberHaiti



    On Saturday, Jerry Wonda tweeted: "s/o to everyone who watched my documentary.

  • World Star Hip Hop posted Jerry Wonda's Haiti documentary on their blog this morning, reaching 20,000 hits before 6pm.


    His cousin @Wyclef Jean later tweeted to his fans on Twitter and Facebook about the video.


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    "Today is a big day for Wonda Music," Jerry Wonda said, "Wonda Music went global today. I wish I could go to every hood, every ghetto, every slum and give every teen from ages k-22 an instrument. We could CHANGE THE WORLD with music."



    To see the video on World Star Hip Hop, visit:


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    Two years ago, on January 12, 2010, Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis and Wyclef Jean, along with family and friends, heard the news that a devastating 7.0 earthquake had hit their homeland of Haiti. Within fifteen hours, they were on a plane for Haiti, hoping to offer any help and support that they could.

    Today, Jerry releases a documentary of the footage he shot with his handheld Flipcam during the days following the quake, hoping to keep the support for Haiti alive. Watch the 20-minute documentary below or at



    "Regardless of how