If you record indie music and you want some helpful information to push you in the right direction, this free book is for you. It breaks down everything from the writing process, to how to promote your music online and how to get licensing deals. This book overall contains a great deal of knowledge and if it gets into the right hands, that person will reap a ton of benefits.
Keep in mind that this formula has never been shared quite like this before and was used by the author at 26 years of age.... This book is a blueprint for success; Any form of success-which will be determined by the reader. I will be describing what one will experience on their way there and what will happen after the destination of success in reached... using true life events.
An all you can eat buffet of probing, insightful hip-hop journalism, with thoughts on Rick Ross, Kreayshawn, Das Racist, Odd future, El-P, Killer Mike, Chief Keef, Rap Genius and music publications Pitchfork, SPIN and XXL.
(Short Serial Fiction) Audrey Parker senses trouble when an internationally-known hip-hop star and his entourage barge into her struggling Chicago coffee shop five minutes before closing time, turning a dull Friday night into one she’ll not soon forget! Content: Adult Language
The Age of Revision was self-published in 2008 by the poet and performing artist Molina Speaks. Equally influenced by hip-hop and classic Latin American poetry, this Collection is about identity and transformation, systemic violence, love, cultural shifts, and spirits. Poems like No More Heroes strike at the underpinnings of constructed reality. The Letters to the Moon will make you fall in love.
The High Price I Had To Pay is a captivating real-life story written by author Jamila T. Davis, who is currently serving a 12 ½ year prison sentence. Before Lehman’s collapse, Davis was accused of being the 25 year old mastermind who defrauded the bank of millions. But Davis claims the bankers only told half the story!
NaS Lost is the Nas book only Byron Crawford could write, and not just due to literacy issues in the hip-hop community. Billed as a tribute to the little homey, it is in fact a tribute, but not in the way that an article in XXL magazine is a tribute to a rapper. NaS Lost considers the artist's career in its totality, from its amazing highs to its crushing lows -- and some of everything in between.
Orphaned, and soon-to-be sixteen, Samantha Samm will do anything to avoid becoming a vampire until she finds herself faced with a crucial choice of having to choose between a vampire she likes and the family she never had.