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A collection of thought-provoking poetry and prose that focuses on the inner-city voices of Ghetto-America. Exploring everyday people experiencing trials and tribulations of life in “da streetz”, GHETTOHEAT takes its readers on an emotional roller-coaster; revealing the joys, pains, economic pressures and spiritual struggles many endure within urban communities. With a multitude of complex characters and controversial issues, GHETTOHEAT is street-poetry in motion.
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HICKSON is the author of GHETTOHEAT. Born and raised in Harlem, he still lives amongst his people. Graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 1998, HICKSON received a Bachelors of Science degree in Advertising and Marketing Communications. This is HICKSON's first book.
HICKSON lives in Harlem, New York.
GHETTOHEATÂ® is dropping science, BBC-style to the masses of the people. (QBR: THE BLACK BOOK REVIEW )
GHETTOHEATÂ® articulates the true essence of the streets. A must read! (WENDY WILLIAMS, THE WENDY WILLIAMS EXPERIENCE )
Witty and real, common and surreal, the language, style and hardcore words hit readers with a grim and poignant reality. (ROLLING OUT MAGAZINE ) --Ghettoheat.com
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Book Description Ghettoheat, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0974298204
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