The Real Eminem: Broke City Trash Rapper


[EMINEM Fans Only!] EXCLUSIVE uncensored Eminem & D12 interviews and audio! Rare and unreleased songs!

This guy! I plead the fifth. This guy is nuts.
- Eminem

The Real Eminem: Broke City Trash Rapper is the fifth book from the Behind The Music Tales series. This is your one way pass deep inside the mind of the real Eminem. It will blow your mind!

• Hear Eminem’s raw response to being labelled “white trash”.
• Discover what Eminem and Proof had to say about ICP.
Discover what led Eminem to tattoo his stomach and dye his hair the same day.
• Hear Eminem‘s raw response to being labelled a role model.
• Listen to Eminem speak on the difference between wanting to shock and piss off people.
• Hear Eminem break down underground Hip-Hop.
• Hear Bizarre speak on the formation of D12.
• Listen to Kuniva & Proof explain D12′s raw lyrics.
• Hear Proof & Kuniva discuss the infamous hidden Eminem song, “Girls”.
• Listen to Kuniva speak on how his mother was robbed.
• And much more!

Much of what you will read here has been sensationalized by others in a manner of journalistic psycho-speak. The Real Eminem: Broke City Trash Rapper is as close to the truth as one can get. Alternately triumphant and tragic, lively, uplifting, and resentful, it tells a distinct story, creating an intimate portrait as fearless as its subjects.

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Jan 5, 2016
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Unearth the passion, grace, and mystery of Sean Combs, the apostle and avatar of pop culture, and one of the most complex Americans of the past half century.

Puffy, Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, Diddy, Black Sinatra: whatever you choose to call him, Sean Combs has used his brain, finesse, and savvy to amass a net worth currently approaching ONE BILLION DOLLARS!

Behind the Music Tales is a series which captures the mood and feel of the energy that surged through music in the 90s and 2000s. It presents exclusive, original interviews as an honest record, directly from authentic creative forces, and is a distinct historical document as close to the truth as one can get.

The Real Diddy, the 12th book in the series, captures an ambitious Sean Combs TWICE in the summer of 1999. It is THE key period in his life, fundamental to understand the thought process that precipitated his current success. The crossroads of life once completely in sync with the music business and the shift to entertainment lifestyle capitalism.

Puff Daddy is set to release Forever, the follow up to his 7 000 000 selling takeover No Way Out. Sean Combs entertainment lifestyle empire and the influence that comes with lording over a corner of pop culture is on a steady incline. Bad Boy Entertainment, Sean John, Justin’s, Notorious magazine are in fine form.

A bevy of ugly personal rumours aim for Sean Combs essence. His sexuality is questioned, and there are rumblings he is connected to the murder of Tupac Shakur.

Perilous and under the gun, Sean Combs is facing second degree assault and criminal mischief charges, for erupting into Nas manager and Interscope Records executive Steve Stoute’s office and allegedly smashing a champagne bottle over his head.

The Real Diddy unveils a core understanding of who Sean Combs is as a man, father, celebrity, artist, producer, entrepreneur and visionary. These crucial reflections symbolize the turning point of Sean Combs life IN HIS OWN WORDS!

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Exclusive interviews and photos with Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, Warren G, and Bishop Don Magic Juan. An All-Star cast on an unflinching mission to advance the gospel of their enduring legacy, and the case of G-funk. It ain’t no joke!

Behind the Music Tales is a series which captures the mood and feel of the energy that surged from music in the 90s and 2000s. It presents exclusive, original interviews as an honest record, directly from authentic creative forces, and is a distinct historical document as close to the truth as one can get.

The Real 213, the 10th book in the series, presents the friendship of Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg and Warren G, one of the most enduring legacies in Hip-Hop history. Innovative. Fearless. Controversial. Outrageous. These interviews with 213 at the intersection of their careers, exposes ironies, rhythms, and prejudices of the music business.

Pointed against the political, economic and cultural backdrop of G-funk, The Real 213 depicts what was to become a key transitional moment in West Coast Rap history. More than six years after the death of Nate Dogg, the distinct style and profound influence of G-funk are indisputable. The pulse has changed. The place stays the same. Chuuch!

Every tale has a backstory and these interviews with 213 are no different. We’re talking two five hour flights to LAX, a cancelled interview deep in Mexican and El Salvadorian gang territory, a stare down with Nate Dogg on the top of a mountain with no cell reception, and a day on the set of the “Groupie Luv” video shoot.

The Real 213 delivers exclusive interviews and photos of 213 and Bishop Don Magic Juan, exclusive behind the scenes photos from the “Groupie Luv” video shoot, and discography with links to the music and videos.

Discover the story of 213 and the future of G-funk! Hear unreleased 213 demos! Read Snoop and Nate Dogg respond to allegations by Kurupt! Learn key music business game from the late Nate Dogg! Recognize who elected Bishop Don Magic Juan Chairman of the Board!

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The only N.W.A book with 7 exclusive interviews, and links to 16 critical background interviews and 26 songs.

DR. DRE: Tupac never knew me.
ICE CUBE:I just do shit for Ice Cube fans, not for Hip-Hop fans.
YELLA: Me and Dre produced all Eazy, N.W.A. All of that. Me and him did that together.
JERRY HELLER: There are people that think that I am the white Devil

Exclusive 1996 and 1999 interviews with Dr. Dre.

Exclusive 2001 and 2006 interviews with Ice Cube.

Exclusive 1996 interview with Yella.

Exclusive 2003 interview with Westside Connection, and distinctive invite-only 1996 Bow Down press conference at Priority Records HQ.

Exclusive 2006 interview with Jerry Heller
N.W.A: The Aftermath is the fourth book from the Behind the Music Tales series. These exclusive behind the scenes interviews deliver N.W.A as you have never heard them before.
Combined the interviews provide a first-hand history of N.W.A with a view to the future. A key look into the state of mind of these legendary figures who existed within the heart of arguably the most infamous and dark period in modern contemporary music history, in which lives were tragically lost.
Each chapter will unravel the truth and give you new insight. Don't miss out on the opportunity to learn what really happened.

What was Eazy-E’s all consuming desire?
How did Jerry Heller feel after listening to “No Vaseline”?
When did Yella find out Eazy-E had AIDS?
What really happened in the Ice Cube Vs Cypress Hill war?
What really went on behind the scenes at Death Row?
What did Dr. Dre think of Snoop Doggy Dogg’s Tha Doggfather album?
Why did people say Dr. Dre fell off?
Who had the money lined up to produce an N.W.A movie in 2006?
How did Ice Cube go from burning to turning Hollywood?
And much more!
Much of what you will read here has been sensationalized by others. N.W.A: The Aftermath is as close to the truth as one can get. It delivers raw thoughts by real people and is manifested directly in the voice and words of who made it happen. Alternately triumphant and tragic, lively, uplifting and resentful, each tells a distinct story, creating an intimate portrait as fearless as its subjects.

New York State of Mind 1.0 serves as as a free digital download on all platforms to introduce you to the Behind The Music Tales series. There is a print version available for those of you who take advantage of the sensation of holding a paperback in your hands. There will be plenty more upcoming releases within the series. I hope you enjoy this one and return to check out more.

New York State of Mind 1.0 feature 1992 and 1993 in-person interviews with Intelligent Hoodlum, Brand Nubian, and Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth. Each was instrumental in and furthered Hip-Hop in their own unique manner. The title pays homage to the Nas song “N.Y. State of Mind” of his classic 1994 album, Illmatic, produced by DJ Premier straight out of the dungeons of rap.

In the summer of 1993, Tragedy Khadafi traveled to Toronto with Tuff Break head honcho Evan Forster to promote Tragedy: Saga of a Hoodlum. Tragedy spoke on his early days on the streets, Marley Marl, prison, the album, corporate America, religion, and his plans for the future.

The featured interview with Lord Jamar, Sadat X and DJ Sincere took place over lunch inside downtown Toronto’s Jerk Pit shortly after the release of In God We Trust. It made for a relaxing atmosphere and orders for fruit punch and snapper can be heard on the recording. Brand Nubian were chill and open to speak on any subject. Lord Jamar, Sadat X and DJ Sincere spoke candidly on a variety of topics relating to the group; their personal spiritual beliefs; the bootleg street copies of their music that circulated in Bodegas; self-production; the departure of Grand Puba from their ranks; the potent message behind their graphic lyrics; personal and spiritual beliefs, affiliations and faith; and the necessary Armageddon to save the planet from its impending socio-political revolution and class war.

The featured interview occurred in Toronto before the release of Mecca and the Soul Brother, in the basement of Toronto’s legendary Concert Hall. Reverberations from the live show up above can be heard for the first six minutes of the conversation. C.L. Smooth spoke on Mecca as a way of life and of its state of mind; the inspiration behind the lyrics; ghostwriting; the mechanics and thought process behind their song writing process; and the fallout from the recent Biz Markie sampling judgement. Pete Rock a.k.a. Soul Brother No. 1 and Chocolate Boy Wonder, stuck to the music stating “Every beat I do it has to be fat.”
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