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Hip Hop Icon 50 Cent joins forces with bestselling author Robert Greene (The 48 Laws of Power- 800,000 copies sold) to write a "bible" for success in life and work, by living by one simple principle: fear nothing.
Hiding in Hip Hop: On the Down Low in the Entertainment Industry--From Music to Hollywood
Within the masculine culture of Hip Hop and Hollywood, there is a well-known gay subculture that industry insiders are keenly aware of but choose to hide
Take Back Your Family: A Challenge to America's Parents
An icon of hip-hop, a father of six, and an ordained minister, Rev Run has developed a parenting style that is in a class by itself.
All about the Beat: Why Hip-Hop Can't Save Black America
In a power vacuum, this often offensive and destructive music has become a leading voice of black America, and McWhorter stridently calls for a renewed sense of purpose and pride in black communities.
The undisputed Queen of Hip-Hop Fiction presents five knockout tales set in the fast-paced, high-stakes rap game–written by a hot lineup of authors with unmistakable swag and a gift for dropping sexy, thrilling stories.
Word: For Everybody Who Thought Christianity Was for Suckas
In Word, Mitchell takes us on the personal, moving, and at times, humorous journey that helped him reconcile his faith in Christ, not only with his intellect and instincts-but with his passion for all things hip-hop.
Message from a Mistress
Niobia Bryant-the red-hot author of Show and Tell-delivers a sexy, unforgettable novel about love, infidelity
Up to No Good
There is always a man around the corner. And church trustee James Black should know—he's usually that very man, carrying on affairs with married women and sleeping with one conquest after another.
Quiet Strength: The Principles, Practices, and Priorities of a Winning Life
When Tony Dungy led the Indianapolis Colts to victory in Super Bowl XLI—and made history as the first African American coach to win the big game—millions of people, amazed by the success of his quiet, authoritative leadership style, wondered: how does he get it done?
Too Black for Hollywood is the fascinating and fearless memoir of one of the most enduring and brilliant comedic minds of all time.