Producer Pharrell is preparing to drop a new book entitled ‘Pharrell: Spaces and Places I’ve Been”. The coffee table book will chronicle P’s travels around the world and include conversations with some of his friends like Anna Wintour, Nigo, Buzz Aldrin, Takashi Murakami, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Hans Zimmer, Ambra Medda, Chad & Shae.
The book will be released later this year on October 16th and retail for $55. There will also be a special edition of the book available for $250 that will include something special that will not be revealed until the release date gets closer.
Lil Wayne is turning his prison stay on Rikers Island into a positive project. Wayne is publishing a new memoir entitled “Gone TIll November” which will consist of his diary entries from his 8 month bid.
Grand Central Publishers will publish the book which has a November 28 release date.
Weezy should have a lot to talk about. Readers would be interested to hear about prison guards holding him down, the rise of Young Money artists Drake and Nicki Minaj, and how he stayed relevan while locked up.
Tip might be behind bars until the end of the month, but the folks at Grand Hustle are keeping his machine moving. Here is the cover for Clifford’s new fictional book entitled “Power and Beauty”. The novel will follow to friends living life in the streets of Atlanta. It will be released in October.
The Commissioner Steve Stoute sits down with some of the music industry’s heavyweights to discuss a topic that he calls ‘The Tanning Effect”. These interviews coincide with the release of Stoute’s new book ‘The Tanning Of America’. In this video we get to see what Jay-Z, Pharrell, Interscope’s Jimmy Iovine, and Lady GaGa have to say about the global effect that pop culture has had on the consumers and suppliers in various marketplaces.
Rashid Lonnie Lynn AKA Common teams up with Adam Bradley to pen his autobiography entitled “One Day It’ll All Make Sense“. Pre sale orders of the book are available through Amazon. Com’s memoir will be available for purchase on September 13th.
In One Day It’ll All Make Sense, Common holds nothing back. He tells what it was like for a boy with big dreams growing up on the South Side of Chicago. He reveals how he almost quit rapping after his first album, Can I Borrow a Dollar?, sold only two thousand copies. He recounts his rise to stardom, giving a behind-the-scenes look into the recording studios, concerts, movie sets, and after-parties of a hip-hop celebrity and movie star. He reflects on his controversial invitation to perform at the White House, a story that grabbed international headlines. And he talks about the challenges of balancing fame, love, and fatherhood.
Each chapter begins with a letter from Common addressed to an important person in his life—from his daughter to his close friend and collaborator Kanye West, from his former love Erykah Badu to you, the reader. Through it all, Common emerges as a man in full. Rapper. Actor. Activist. But also father, son, and friend. Common’s story offers a living example of how, no matter what you’ve gone through, one day it’ll all make sense
This should be a very interesting read, I know I will definitely be adding this to my collection.
Fresh off her marriage with Eddie Winslow, Karirne ‘Superhead’ Steffans is back with a new book for all you erotica lovers out there.
Karine has a new project that is going to be hitting your local hair salon book store soon. According to Steffans, the book is “Faction”…that’s right Fact…AND Fiction…
Now if THIS aint some good reading for Black History Month, I don’t know what is…..
This extension of The Vixen Manual’s coveted ‘Sex’ chapter explores the concept that erotic fantasies can and should be satisfied within the parameters of a committed, monogamous relationship. Unlike the author’s previous books, SatisFaction is a work of “faction”, fact and fiction, hence the title’s double entendre. The reader will be whisked away, into each chapter’s titillating erotic fiction, then enlightened by the chapter’s scintillating examples of how to make each erotic fantasy a reality. For those who crave quite a bit more than missionary sexual practices and wish to introduce these ideas into their relationship, SatisFaction serves as a guide and as inspiration to advanced and adventurous couples everywhere
I feel like somewhere Superhead is standing in the middle of the street with her arms stretched out screaming “KAT STACKS AINT GOT NOTHIN ON ME!!!!!“