A Hip-Hop Story

A Hip-Hop Story The First Novel To Truly Capture The Fast And Furious World Of Hip Hop One In Which The Line Between Art And Life Is Blurred For Two Ambitious MCs Whose Battle To Be 1 Is Fought With Weapons And Words Rappers Flawless And Hannibal Are Two Talented Young Men Moving Toward The Same Dream To Be The Best, To Take Over The World, To See The Big Picture, To Become The Most Respected Rap Artists Of Their Generation Along The Way, They Battle The Business Of Mainstream Hip Hop, Industry Honchos, Crazy Fans, And Most Of All Each Other Caught Up In Their Intense Rivalry Are Erika, Flawless S Sister, And Micah, Hannibal S Proteg , Two Young Lovers Whose Loyalties Toward Each Rapper Threaten To Ruin Their Future Together A Vivid Journey Through The Underworld Of Urban Music, It Is A West Side Story Remixed To The Movement Of Hip Hop A Story Of Desire And Dreams, All Tied To The Beat Of Hip Hop Eternal. I ve read various kinds of book, and found Ptah s writing to be very unique from all the others I mean, one of my favorite all time writers are the Bronte sisters which is old english writing and I also ended up loving the way Ptah wrote in a poetic prose It is clear that he studied Shakespeare and respects all the people he made references to in his book As far as describing the hip hop culture, I thought it was excellently executed The transitions from cultural lingo to deep thought and re I ve read various kinds of book, and found Ptah s writing to be very unique from all the others I mean, one of my favorite all time writers are the Bronte sisters which is old english writing and I also ended up loving the way Ptah wrote in a poetic prose It is clear that he studied Shakespeare and
I actually went to school with the guy who wrote this book And I didn t know him as Heru Ptah I know him as Henry Richards That s what his mom named him and that s what I m gonna call himha ha But seriously, Henry is a very talented young man I can still remember some of the poetry performances we had at SUNY Oswego This guy is truly amazing All the girls were trying to give it up tooBut not Itee hee hee I remember he had one poem that began It was the cunning cunt that conned I actually went to school with the guy who wrote this book And I didn t know him as Heru Ptah I know him as Henry Richards That s what his mom named him and that s what I m gonna call himha ha But serio
I took a chance with this book I love old school hip hop so i decided to actually pick up a copy of this book I assumed this book would have showed the dark side of the music business and how it affected popular hip hop artists All i know is
turns out this author s real name is henry richards, that s what his mother named him he is at best a sophomoric writer i mean, he used words like plethora and not as a joke it s like when you re in tenth grade and you have to
When I first came across this novel, it doesn t have the current cover and it s one of those books that found me literally I purchased this book directly from the author while he was pitching it on the train At first, I ve done it strictly to support I liked his hustle but then when I started to read it, it was a page turner It had in depth characters with a story that is obviously influenced by a familiar beef in Hip Hop Also, there were a few sub plots that tied everything together in When
I really wanted to get into this book, as I love hip hop and love reading books about the genre Sadly though, I just couldn t get through this book I made it to chapter six before growing tired of this author s writing style He tried his best to squeeze as many smar
I m still not sure how, but this story completely engaged me i fell in love with the characters, the setting, the authenticity of the urban culture and especially the creativity of the writing There is so muchthat i loved about this book but i can t remember in det
I read almost half of the book, and could not get into it I know there were rap session in the book tooto get a feel of the title of the story, but the romance part sucked for me I did not finish it, but it was
This is a great book with many allusions that make you think about today s hip hop society I love the lyrics poetry in this book Some of the events are truly thought provoking and it s so muchthan just a story. I made it to page 55 before I had to finally give up This book is too slow moving and there s nothing to keep you interested.

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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • A Hip-Hop Story
  • Heru Ptah
  • English
  • 11 August 2019
  • 0743483235