Thug Mansion

Author: Lady P.
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781533567543
Format: PDF
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Since the beginning of their relationship Thug and Tahari Kenneth have been the modern day Bonnie and Clyde. They've laid out the Blueprint in which most Hood couples aspire to follow. During the course of their many years together they managed to beat all obstacles and annihilate all enemies that trespassed against them. Thug and Tahari thrive off of their legendary street status as the King and Queen of Thug Inc. and Boss Lady Inc. Their camps have become the very thing they base their life off of but that's the problem their love has taken a back seat to the street status. The street life has a way of sucking you in to the point where you forget about the thing that's most important to you and that's family. The Kenneth family as a whole is about to embark on a epic journey of love and self discovery. They have been through it all and of course they still have more family drama and secrets to unfold. Only this time they get to the root of the problem. Follow the Family you fell in love with in this Finale to the Thug Passion Saga as they find out if they will meet their demise or live happily ever after in Thug's Mansion!!!!

Inside A Thug s Heart

Author: Angela Ardis
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 0758295189
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Rikers Island is the centerpiece of the New York City Department of Corrections, a sprawling prison city of concrete and steel with housing for more than 16,000 inmates. Early in 1995, it was also the temporary home of legendary rapper and actor Tupac Shakur, incarcerated for a crime he swore he did not commit. And it was there that Angela Ardis, acting on a late-night wager among her friends and coworkers, sent a letter, along with a photo and her phone number. To her utter delight and amazement, Angela's phone rang a short while later. Tupac Shakur was on the line. Over the next several months, Angela and Tupac shared a near-daily exchange of letters, poems and phone calls, and their the relationship quickly grew into something neither of them could quite define, a kinship of souls that touched each in unexpected ways. Those original poems and letters, many of them written after Tupac's transfer from Rikers to Dannemora State Prison, are presented here, along with the increasingly passionate and personal phone calls that touched on every subject imaginable. Far from the media spotlight, Tupac was by turns playful, sensual and serious, offering sharp observations on prison, music and the uncertainties of life. His letters to Angela reflect how he felt about being shot five times and left for dead one terrible night in New York in 1994, and his heartfelt verse encapsulates his dreams for the future--a future that would be so tragically cut short just over eighteen months after their correspondence began. Tupac Shakur was shot on September 7th, 1996 and died a week later from his injuries. His murder remains unsolved, an ending as enigmatic as his life. But while Tupac may be gone, his words live on here, giving every fan a rare glimpse inside the mind and unbroken spirit of a passionate and unpredictable musical icon. Angela Ardis is an author, screenwriter, actress and model.

From the Projects to a Rich Thug s Mansion

Author: Sonovia Alexander
ISBN: 9781549627811
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Angie "Swiss" Jones is not your typical female. She was born into a life of poverty that she never asked for. Her mother dropped her off at the local fire station as a newborn and her father could have been any of the local crackheads that she passed by on the daily. Jumping from foster home to foster home and living a life that gave her nothing, she was tired of it, she wanted more. She deserved more- she desired to live the life of the rich and famous. Nothing was more memorable than the day she met Boogie. Boogie had the paper, the cars, the money, and the drugs that could help her with her come up- until an unfortunate turn of events happen to Boogie.There's a new dealer on the block... and her name is Swiss.

Ein Proll mit Klasse

Author: Moritz Ege
Publisher: Campus Verlag
ISBN: 3593399474
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Die umgangssprachliche Rede vom "Prolligen" verdeutlicht, wie im alltäglichen Kommentieren von Kleidung, Körperhaltung oder Frisur die wechselseitige Antipathie von sozialen Gruppen mitverhandelt wird. Wie hängen die eigenmächtige Stilisierung als "Proll" und die feindselige oder spöttische Etikettierung von außen zusammen? Was bedeutet zum Beispiel die Aussage, man sei "auch nur ein Proll, aber ein Proll mit Klasse"? Auf der Grundlage ethnografischer Forschung bietet Moritz Ege Einblicke in solche "Klassifikationskämpfe" und in die Lebenswirklichkeit junger Männer, deren proletenhafte Stilpraxis als Bedrohung und Provokation wahrgenommen wird. Dadurch kommen erstmals junge Erwachsene selbst zu Wort, die sonst nur Gegenstand von Debatten um gesellschaftliche Entwicklungen sind.

Thug Life

Author: Michael P. Jeffries
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226395855
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Hip-hop has come a long way from its origins in the Bronx in the 1970s, when rapping and DJing were just part of a lively, decidedly local scene that also venerated b-boying and graffiti. Now hip-hop is a global phenomenon and, in the United States, a massively successful corporate enterprise predominantly controlled and consumed by whites while the most prominent performers are black. How does this shift in racial dynamics affect our understanding of contemporary hip-hop, especially when the music perpetuates stereotypes of black men? Do black listeners interpret hip-hop differently from white fans? These questions have dogged hip-hop for decades, but unlike most pundits, Michael P. Jeffries finds answers by interviewing everyday people. Instead of turning to performers or media critics, Thug Life focuses on the music’s fans—young men, both black and white—and the resulting account avoids romanticism, offering an unbiased examination of how hip-hop works in people’s daily lives. As Jeffries weaves the fans’ voices together with his own sophisticated analysis, we are able to understand hip-hop as a tool listeners use to make sense of themselves and society as well as a rich, self-contained world containing politics and pleasure, virtue and vice.

Rhymin and Stealin

Author: Justin A Williams
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472118927
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The first book-length study of one of the most essential elements of hip-hop: musical borrowing

The Essential Rock Discography

Author: Martin Charles Strong
Publisher: Canongate Books
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Covers British and American artists and groups, including a biography or history and chronological discographical listings in each entry.

Tupac Shakur 2 Pac in the Studio

Author: Jake Brown
Publisher: Amber Books Publishing
ISBN: 9780976773504
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Focuses on the studio craft of the late rap legend Tupac Shakur. Featuring exclusive interviews with many of his producers, including a multi-chapter interview with his closest musical collaborator, Johnny J, this title offers fans an insight into 2-Pac's recording method, the inter-workings of his songwriting process.


Author: Jay Charles
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1481763091
Format: PDF
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Eighteen-year-old white-boy suburbanite Jay Charles receives a crash course on culture in the New Jersey jail system that high school didn’t prepare him for. Jay’s fast money and notoriety land him in the hands of the police, opening up to him a world that starkly contrasts the difference between the urban and suburban, the good and the bad, and the black and the white. With no way out Jay has to quickly figure out who to associate with and how to survive and defend himself in a world so different than the affluent suburbs he hailed from. Drawing from his trials and tribulations, unique interactions, and a near-death experience, Jay’s stripping of the soul testament helps explain the reasons we treat each other the way we do, the misconceptions of the urban youth, and why he believes the suburbs display an emptiness of spirit that supports conformity, control, and a fear of reality, a fear that pillars the unspoken race war still going on today.