The once polka dot king Kwame joined the Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) to let loose on his career with great candor. Kwame switched gears and has focused his efforts mainly on production working with: Tweet, Will Smith, Pussycat Dolls, Jay Z, Christina Aguilera, Talib Kweli, Teairra Mari, and Mary J Blige as well as music for over 10 films. Kwame had a lot to say and gave extensive anecdotes on: being an artist/producer from the start, giving actress Elise Neal her big break as a dancer, why no one can top him in fashion, being impressed by Quest love of the Roots, learning that music is a career from jazz great Lionel Hampton, getting advice from Dana Dane on what name to use, why it's still about the artist and not the producer, playing with Jean Grae as a kid & later discovering that she was a strong MC, the biggest mistake he made in his career, why he would never wear a Coogi sweater (dubbed vomit/throw up sweater by C.Truth), the importance of building a legacy instead of being the producer of the month, the reason he has never met Lloyd Banks despite selling over 2 million records with him, putting everything in perspective after the infamous Biggie line from "Unbelievable", what he learned about his crew and people in the industry after that incident, and the wonderful philanthropic work he is achieving with his Hip Hop 4 Life foundation. Hip Hop 4 Life empowers youth aged 11-18 in the areas of health education, hygiene, dining etiquette, professionalism, and self esteem. Kwame is currently working on projects for: Anthony Hamilton, Keyshia Cole, Lupe Fiasco, Red Cafe, Nola Darling, Beyond Belief, and Rakim. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Peace !