From the Back Cover:
"[Pimp C] was brilliant, but he was mad; he was a little nutty. He was a madman, and he really didn't give a shit. That's what was so endearing and refreshing about him, and what made him such a special person ... [He] had a rough exterior but underneath it all he had a big heart and was really just a good person who was - as many artists are - just frustrated, [trying] to get his voice heard." - Barry Weiss, former CEO of Jive Records
About the Author:
"I wouldn't be here without [UGK] ... All it takes is one person to do something and make everybody else feel that they can do it too. And they was one of the first to do it." - Lil Wayne
"[UGK] gave birth to Southern rap. UGK made it cool to be country." - Scarface
"Pimp C helped lay the foundation that we stand on where Southern Hip-Hop music is concerned." - J. Prince, CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records, Raw Report DVD
"I grew up on 'em. If it wasn't for UGK, Ludacris probably wouldn't even be here." - Ludacris, The Final Chapter DVD
"[Pimp C] was a revolutionary. He was an undercover agent of God. [To] change people's lives, you gotta be able to get into spots where people need the most help." - Kool Ace
"Pimp was larger than life. I honestly thought he would live forever." - Nancy Byron, Pimp C's publicist, The Source Magazine
"The [posthumous] music doesn't really matter to me. I'd give it all back if I could have my friend back." - Bun B, Houston Chronicle
"As we keep a lighter up for the Pimp, it's only right that we remember him not just for his often-under-rated musical contribution but also for his indomitable, smack-talking spirit." - The FADER
Julia Beverly solidified her position in the male-dominated urban music industry as the CEO and Editor-in-Chief of OZONE Magazine, which she founded in 2002. Tagged as "your favorite rapper's favorite magazine," OZONE carved out a unique niche with its raw and uncensored journalism style and gained a solid following in the crowded urban marketplace. OZONE was instrumental in introducing Southern rap's biggest names, such as Pitbull, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and more, to the mainstream.
In 2006, Beverly extended the OZONE brand to include a star-studded award ceremony. In addition to freelance photography and journalism for VIBE, The Source, URB Magazine, and the Miami New Times, Beverly herself has been featured in publications like Businessweek and the Orlando Sentinel. Her work with OZONE has generated press in the New York Times, the New York Daily News, the New York Post, the Miami Herald, the Houston Chronicle and more.
In 2008, Beverly launched another successful venture, Agency Twelve, a booking agency which secures artists for concerts and appearances all the way from Hong Kong to the remote regions of Alaska. In addition to her work as a booking agent, Beverly has toured internationally with many artists and served as pop star Flo Rida's videographer. An avid distance runner, she has run races everywhere from the cold streets of Iceland to the Great Wall of China and aims to spark renewed interest in fitness among the Hip-Hop community.
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