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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. What makes someone an underground legend? Not being a part of the mainstream is one definite requirement. This new series tells the amazing stories of the most important underground legends ever. Larry Hoover s story is deep, many hear his name in rap songs as Chicago s biggest gangster or drug dealer, but most don t understand his real legacy. Yes, it s true he was the leader of what is considered the biggest Chicago street gang ever: the Gangster Disciples. Then at age 23, Larry was convicted of a murder and railroaded into a ridiculously unfair sentence of 150-200 years. But even after Hoover was incarcerated, he still was running the show and after he switched up the GD s motto to stand for Growth Development and attempted to get young disenfranchised Black and Latinos to register to vote. Iceberg Slim started pimping at 18 and continued to be engaged in pimping until age 42. Then in 1967 he was encouraged by his wife, to write his first autobiographical novel Pimp: The Story of My Life. The effect of Pimp was truly revolutionary. His depiction of the dark underbelly of urban culture was so real and gritty nothing like it had existed before! His effect on popular culture can be felt far and wide. His books have sold many million of copies and his influence on modern storytellers from Quentin Tarantino to Ice Cube is undeniable. Robin Harris one of the funniest comedians to ever do it, originally from the South Side of Chicago. Robin first started to get known as the M.C at the Comedy Act Theater in LA and then in his roles in Spike Lee s films he really started to bubble. Robin is respected by so many because even though right before his untimely death he was really starting to have the real Hollywood success, this didn t change Robin. He kept his $400 a week MC gig at the Comedy Act Theater off Crenshaw to keep his act for his community and didn t compromise one damn bit! The Egyptian Lover started out as a DJ in Los Angeles with Uncle Jam s Army DJing small parties and clubs and grew to the point where they had dances at as large venues like the L.A. Sports Arena with 10,000 people strong! He began making records around 1982 as a member of the Radio Crew and Uncle Jam s Army. Egypt was truly a legend for owning his own record label before any other black hip hop artists had started that trend and holding his own with the major labels because his music was a phenomenon! A fascinating musical visionary who has influenced many with both his musical production style and his ground breaking entrepreneurial business approach. Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr., was a controversial Jamaican political leader loved by many while at the same time being demonized by others. He founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL). His controversial Back-to-Africa movement created much drama for Garvey while making him some strange alliances. His story and his resonating legend are as unique as they come. Bushwick Bill was born in Jamaica but as a youth he moved to Bushwick, New York hence his nickname. After relocating to Texas in the mid 1980 s, he was discovered by J. Prince, owner of legendary Texas label Rap-A-Lot Records. Bushwick Bil became a hip hop legend as a member of groundbreaking southern hip hop group The Geto Boys. Bushwick Bill a one of a kind artist with a unique story. Scott La Rock was a true Hip Hop pioneer as founding member of one of its most important groups: Boogie Down Productions. At his job as a youth counselor/social worker in the Bronx s Franklin Armory Men s Shelter on 166th Street is where Scott met a young man with whom he would make music history, KRS ONE. Huey P Newton and his partner Bobby Seale were the founders of the Black Panthers. The Black Panthers turned into one of the most important cultural movements in American history. He had many episodes with the law and many jail stints but he eventually e. Seller Inventory # APC9781492317982

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.What makes someone an underground legend? Not being a part of the mainstream is one definite requirement. This new series tells the amazing stories of the most important underground legends ever. Larry Hoover s story is deep, many hear his name in rap songs as Chicago s biggest gangster or drug dealer, but most don t understand his real legacy. Yes, it s true he was the leader of what is considered the biggest Chicago street gang ever: the Gangster Disciples. Then at age 23, Larry was convicted of a murder and railroaded into a ridiculously unfair sentence of 150-200 years. But even after Hoover was incarcerated, he still was running the show and after he switched up the GD s motto to stand for Growth Development and attempted to get young disenfranchised Black and Latinos to register to vote. Iceberg Slim started pimping at 18 and continued to be engaged in pimping until age 42. Then in 1967 he was encouraged by his wife, to write his first autobiographical novel Pimp: The Story of My Life. The effect of Pimp was truly revolutionary. His depiction of the dark underbelly of urban culture was so real and gritty nothing like it had existed before! His effect on popular culture can be felt far and wide. His books have sold many million of copies and his influence on modern storytellers from Quentin Tarantino to Ice Cube is undeniable. Robin Harris one of the funniest comedians to ever do it, originally from the South Side of Chicago. Robin first started to get known as the M.C at the Comedy Act Theater in LA and then in his roles in Spike Lee s films he really started to bubble. Robin is respected by so many because even though right before his untimely death he was really starting to have the real Hollywood success, this didn t change Robin. He kept his $400 a week MC gig at the Comedy Act Theater off Crenshaw to keep his act for his community and didn t compromise one damn bit! The Egyptian Lover started out as a DJ in Los Angeles with Uncle Jam s Army DJing small parties and clubs and grew to the point where they had dances at as large venues like the L.A. Sports Arena with 10,000 people strong! He began making records around 1982 as a member of the Radio Crew and Uncle Jam s Army. Egypt was truly a legend for owning his own record label before any other black hip hop artists had started that trend and holding his own with the major labels because his music was a phenomenon! A fascinating musical visionary who has influenced many with both his musical production style and his ground breaking entrepreneurial business approach. Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr., was a controversial Jamaican political leader loved by many while at the same time being demonized by others. He founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL). His controversial Back-to-Africa movement created much drama for Garvey while making him some strange alliances. His story and his resonating legend are as unique as they come. Bushwick Bill was born in Jamaica but as a youth he moved to Bushwick, New York hence his nickname. After relocating to Texas in the mid 1980 s, he was discovered by J. Prince, owner of legendary Texas label Rap-A-Lot Records. Bushwick Bil became a hip hop legend as a member of groundbreaking southern hip hop group The Geto Boys. Bushwick Bill a one of a kind artist with a unique story. Scott La Rock was a true Hip Hop pioneer as founding member of one of its most important groups: Boogie Down Productions. At his job as a youth counselor/social worker in the Bronx s Franklin Armory Men s Shelter on 166th Street is where Scott met a young man with whom he would make music history, KRS ONE. Huey P Newton and his partner Bobby Seale were the founders of the Black Panthers. The Black Panthers turned into one of the most important cultural movements in American history. He had many episodes with the law and many jail stints but he eventually ea. Seller Inventory # APC9781492317982

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 88 pages. Dimensions: 8.4in. x 5.8in. x 0.7in.What makes someone an underground legend Not being a part of the mainstream is one definite requirement. This new series tells the amazing stories of the most important Underground Legends ever. Larry Hoovers story is deep, many hear his name in rap songs as Chicagos biggest gangster or drug dealer, but most dont understand his real legacy. Yes, its true he was the leader of what is considered the biggest Chicago street gang ever: the Gangster Disciples. Then at age 23, Larry was convicted of a murder and railroaded into a ridiculously unfair sentence of 150-200 years. But even after Hoover was incarcerated, he still was running the show and after he switched up the GDs motto to stand for Growth and Development and attempted to get young disenfranchised Black and Latinos to register to vote. Iceberg Slim started pimping at 18 and continued to be engaged in pimping until age 42. Then in 1967 he was encouraged by his wife, to write his first autobiographical novel Pimp: The Story of My Life. The effect of Pimp was truly revolutionary. His depiction of the dark underbelly of urban culture was so real and gritty nothing like it had existed before! His effect on popular culture can be felt far and wide. His books have sold many million of copies and his influence on modern storytellers from Quentin Tarantino to Ice Cube is undeniable. Robin Harris one of the funniest comedians to ever do it, originally from the South Side of Chicago, Robin first started to get known as the M. C at the comedy act theater in LA and then from his roles in Spike Lees films he really started to bubble. Robin is respected by so many because even though right before his untimely death he was really starting to have the real Hollywood success, this didnt change Robin. He kept his 400 a week MC gig at the Comedy Act Theater Off Crenshaw and kept his act for his community and didnt compromise one damn bit! The Egyptian Lover started out as a DJ in Los Angeles with Uncle Jams Army DJing small parties and clubs and grew to the point where they had dances at as large a venue as the L. A. Sports Arena with 10, 000 people strong! He began making records around 1982 as a member of the Radio Crew, and also Uncle Jams Army. Egypt was truly a legend for owning his own record label before any other black hip hop artists had started that trend and competing nicely with the major labels because his music was a phenomenon! A fascinating musical visionary who has influenced many with both his musical production style and his ground breaking entrepreneurial business approach. Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr. , was a controversial Jamaican political leader loved by many while at the same time being demonized by others. He founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL). His controversial Back-to-Africa movement created much drama for Garvey while making him some strange alliances. His story and his resonating legend are as unique as they come. Bushwick Bill was born in Jamaica as a youth he moved to Bushwick N. Y. hence his nickname. After relocating to Texas in the mid 1980s he was discovered by J. prince the owner of legendary Texas label Rap-A-Lot Records. Bushwick Bil became a hip hop legend as a member of groundbreaking southern hip hop group The Geto Boys. Bushwick Bill a one of a kind artist with a one of a kind story. Scott La Rock was a true Hip Hop Pioneer as founding member of one of its most important groups Boogie Down Productions. It was at his job as a youth counselorsocial worker at the Bronxs Franklin Armory Mens Shelter on 166th Street where Scott would meet a young man with whom he would make music history, KRS ONE. Huey P Newton and his partner Bobby Seale were the founders of the Black Panthers. The Black Panthers turned into one of the most important cultural movements in American history. He had This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781492317982

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The world changed at 6 in the morning. Ice Cube = Malcolm X? Young MC = Martin Luther King, Jr.? West Coast hip-hop from 1987-1992 represents not only the most important time in hip-hop history, but is one of the most historic and influential cultural and artistic movements of the 20th century. This new wave shifted the balance of power so that by the early 1990s Los Angeles had become the capital of the hip-hop nation. The broad appeal of West Coast hip-hop helped establish new cultural and racial norms which created a base of opportunity for Barack Obama to not only be taken seriously as a Presidential candidate less than two decades later, but win a second term as well. I compare makin gangsta rap for me with me makin a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, Once I figured out I could do that I was like, Oh I can talk about this shit all day! --Ice-T I know for a fact because people have come up to me and told me that the first rap record they listened to was either mine or one that I wrote. And that started them on their journey in terms of liking, enjoying and understanding hip-hop. --Young MC I thought it was the most important music that I had heard probably since the mid-1960s. I recognized that the music was there, so the issue was how to get the rest of what we call White, middle-class America to listen to these songs and relate to them. --Former NWA manager Jerry Heller. Seller Inventory # APC9781483990668

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 474 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.1in.The world changed at 6 in the morning. Ice Cube Malcolm X Young MC Martin Luther King, Jr. West Coast hip-hop from 1987-1992 represents not only the most important time in hip-hop history, but is one of the most historic and influential cultural and artistic movements of the 20th century. This new wave shifted the balance of power so that by the early 1990s Los Angeles had become the capital of the hip-hop nation. The broad appeal of West Coast hip-hop helped establish new cultural and racial norms which created a base of opportunity for Barack Obama to not only be taken seriously as a Presidential candidate less than two decades later, but win a second term as well. I compare makin gangsta rap for me with me makin a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, Once I figured out I could do that I was like, Oh I can talk about this shit all day! --Ice-T I know for a fact because people have come up to me and told me that the first rap record they listened to was either mine or one that I wrote. And that started them on their journey in terms of liking, enjoying and understanding hip-hop. --Young MC I thought it was the most important music that I had heard probably since the mid-1960s. I recognized that the music was there, so the issue was how to get the rest of what we call White, middle-class America to listen to these songs and relate to them. --Former NWA manager Jerry Heller This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781483990668

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