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In 2001, while attending a business course, one of Wonder’s lessons was cancelled. Bored, he went round to a DJ friend’s house and started dabbling on the decks. Nine hours later, his DJ career began. Wonder soon abandoned aspirations towards a career in business and started to study music technology instead. He soon hooked up with future Roll Deep members Wiley and Danny Weed. Within months of starting his new career Wonder landed himself an early morning slot on Rinse 100.3 fm with another future Roll Deep member Dizzee Rascal. After some solo shows and collaborations with Wiley, in the summer of 2002 Wonder headed to Ayia Napa to DJ, playing at events such as Sun City.

When he returned Wonder moved to the primetime 7pm slot on Rinse Fm. Soon afterwards a new crew called Roll Deep was formed. Wonder was a founder member. In 2003, after numerous radio shows and bookings, Wonder decided to leave Roll Deep and pursue a solo career. While still DJing he tried his hand at producing and started to work with Geenus and the Static Media Camp. His first release went on to sell over a thousand units, establishing his name as a producer. But it wasn’t until his third release in 2004, What, released on Dumpvalve records, that Wonder really established himself as a successful producer. What went on to sell 3,500 copies and was picked up by Mercury Award Winner Dizzee Rascal as a backing track for Respect me on his second album Showtime.

After the success of this collaboration Wonder embarked on a European & American tour as Dizzee’s DJ, supporting The Streets in 2005 and also Dizzee’s 2005 Showtime tour, the latter of which visited 25 states. Wonder still DJs on Rinse fm, and at events such as Live and Forward @ Plastic People. His production skills have been in demand by some of the biggest UK artists such as Kano, Plan B, Sway and Lethal B. Wonder has also remixed tracks for Mr Hudson, the Prodigy, SLK and Lady Sovereign.

Wonders debut album "Welcome To Wonderland', with its jagged bass, eerie sonics and warped vocals (courtesy of Sway, Mpho Skeef and Mr Hudson & The Library) was released in 2007 on Dump Valve and hinted at a future beyond the club. His audio alumni have gone on to release critically acclaimed records, DJ at festivals and rock sets at Trafalgar Square . The beat maverick is still on the music frontline.

With a weekly show on, a new Ableton Live Set Fusing Dubstep & House, DJing bookings across Europe and also busy working on new material and building up his roster for Wonderland Records, his highly-rated dub step imprint, 2010 is looking bright.
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