In 2009, Little Rock’s greatest rapper ripped it on a half a dozen remixes of songs by blog-approved acts like Crookers
; appeared on a panel with music industry bigwigs at Harvard Law School's Black Law Student Association's spring conference
; guest-starred in a Russian rap video (in Russia); taught himself how to play the cello and released a new album (in a collaboration with his brother, under the name Ear Fear
). And this was relatively quiet year.