Bunny Sigler helped make the 70's sound the way they did as artist/writer/producer for Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International Records. He worked with artists ranging from the O'Jays to Patti LaBelle to Lou Rawls and more. After releasing his first record while still in high school, Bunny became an instrumental figure in the Philly soul scene of the 1960's. Today, he sings opera, as well as continuing to write and produce hits for artists like Nelly, Jay Z and The Roots. In this documentary short, we sit down with Bunny for an in-depth interview, and take a drive around the Philadelphia neighborhoods where he grew up. Bunny's story is the story of today's pop, R&B and soul, and this is a fast-paced, music-filled look at the man, his life and his art.

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