SummaryYou might not know the name Ron Browz, but there is no question that you've heard his tracks and once you have aurally ingested The Wonder Years, you'll be a believer. With a production resume that includes 50 Cent and G-Unit, Big L, Nas, Lil' Kim, DMX, Fat Joe, and Snoop Dogg with more than 5 million records sold, Ron Browz is slowly becoming a household name and amassing credentials that rival Dr. Dre, Scott Storch, and other super producers. First making a name for himself producing tracks for Big L, including the Rap classic "Ebonics", that were released in 2000, it was Big L who took this Harlem native under his wing and gave him the knowledge and the contacts. A year later, Nas decided to use a Browz beat for the scathing Jay-Z retaliation and now-classic battle record "Ether" which appeared on the 2001 double-platinum Stillmatic. The credibility of "Ether" sparked a demand for the Ron Browz sound. Taking his experience and industry connections, Ron Browz has compiled The Wonder Years, 19 tracks of exclusive and unreleased material from the best in the business. Featured artists include Jadakiss, Joe Budden, Papoose, Jae Millz, J-Hood, Murda Mook, and T-Rex who Browz has signed to his label. With this album, Browz hopes to have the same recognition as the tracks he produces. "I bring raw talent to the game. For a person with eight gold and platinum plaques, I still don't get that recognition. When people hear my name I want them to say "I know it's some fire"." Though Browz cares more about his success in the streets than commercial success and the number of plaques on the wall with The Wonder Years, he takes another step towards becoming a Hip Hop household name.