List Of Hip Hop/Rap Related Books

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Title: Ego Trip’s Book Of Rap Lists
Subject: General Hip Hop/Rap Related Information
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Description: Ego Trip’s Book Of Rap Lists is a must have for any rap aficionado. It’s a wealth of information and is brain food for any hip hopper. It’s as funny as it is informative and is jam packed with history and is a definite compulsatory read.

Title: Got Your Back: Protecting Tupac In The World Of Gangsta Rap
Subject: 2Pac
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Description: Only Frank Alexander, Tupac’s bodyguard during the last year of his life, knows the real story. Got Your Back details the exploits of one of the most famous rappers of all time. The drugs, the women, the violence, the money–all provided fuel to the fire that was Tupac’s life. As his two platinum-selling, posthumously-released albums prove, Tupac lives on through his music. Complete with an additional chapter of exclusive interview material with Tupac’s mother, Afeni, Got Your Back provides an insider’s view of a life gone awry.

Title: LAbyrinth
Subject: 2Pac & Biggie Smalls Murders
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Description: Using the dramatic murders of two of rap’s biggest stars, Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls, and the resulting labyrinthine investigation by Los Angeles Police Department detective Russell Poole, journalist Sullivan presents a complex and searing portrait of corruption, racial politics, and a police department gone wildly out of control.

Title: Suge Knight: The Rise, Fall, & Rise Of Death Row Records
Subject: Suge Knight & Death Row
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Description: Author Jake Brown has woven a tale of intense drama that paved the way for some of the world’s biggest stars, including: Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. The Suge Knight and Death Row Story details the visionary entrepreneur’s life story, encompassing his meteoric rise to the top of the charts after partnering with Dre to found Death Row Records. It tells you where Suge intends to take Hip Hop in the new millennium and features insightful interviews with business associates, family members and artists who speak candidly about his life.