The Real MC Eiht: Geah!

Behind The Music Tales

Book 11
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MC Eiht = Reality Rap. Enter the underbelly of Compton and discover the keys to success and longevity in the music game.

The Real MC Eiht: Geah! is one exlclusive 199 interviews and links to 31 videos.
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presents exclusive original interviews as an honest record, directly from authentic creative forces, and is a distinct historical document as close to the truth as one can get.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 MC Eiht: Geah!, the 11th book in the series, is more than an interview with a rapper. It's the key to building a career of longevity in the music game. By telling his story, MC Eiht reveals much about the path to success, and he does so in compelling fashion.
Clearly stating core philosophies - of how to be a man, how to be professional, and how to give fans what they want to hear - the valuable insight, strong convictions and raw determination of MC Eiht address issues that are important to all us of, not just fans of Gangster Rap.
The Real MC Eiht: Geah! captures one of Rap's most enduring and important artists. It is the tale of a certified foundation artist straight outta Compton, who has made his mark on Reality Rap and music for generation to come and continues to contribute to the Art Form to this day.
This one is for those who love Gangsta Rap and imagine what it would feel like deep inside the underbelly of the CPT: those who wish to study tales of life on the corner, carjackings, shootings, drug deals and set tripping that connect with blunt force.
This one is for the family: those who hunger for a higher understanding of how the music business flows and the path to success.
The time to step your game up is now! Buy The Real MC Eiht: Geah! today.

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Peace! Carving via PublishDrive
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Jan 21, 2018
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76
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9780995307278
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English
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Music / Business Aspects
Music / Genres & Styles / Rap & Hip Hop
Music / Individual Composer & Musician
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P. Diddy 1999. The keys to success & not giving a f*ck. 12 exclusive photos 52 links to video Rare promo items.

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! 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!


Exclusive Sean Combs interview. Distinctive Toronto 1999 press conference.


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.
The GOOD
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.
The BAD
A bevvy of ugly personal rumours aims for Sean Combs essence. His sexuality is questioned, and there are rumblings he is connected to the murder of Tupac Shakur.
The UGLY
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What was Eazy-E’s all consuming desire?
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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?


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 2006 interview with Jerry Heller


Exclusive 1996 interview with Yella.


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


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.
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Get your copy of the only book to ever feature exclusive audio and interviews with Eminem and D12.

10 exclusive links to original 1999 Eminem interview audio!
5 exclusive links to original 2001 D12 interview audio!
17 links to rare songs, unreleased freestyles, diss tracks, and more!
The Real Eminem: Broke City Trash Rapper, the fifth book from the Behind The Music Tales series, is your one-way pass deep inside the mind of Eminem. It will blow your mind! Each chapter will unravel fact from fiction. Don't miss out on discovering the truth in their own words and voice!
-Hear Eminem's raw response to being labelled "white trash".
-Discover what Eminem and Proof had to say about ICP.
-Hear Eminem speak on coming up with Proof.
-Listen to Eminem speak on why Dr. Dre signed him.
-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.
- Get the inside scoop on Eminem and D12's beef with Fred Durst, Everlast, and Dilated Peoples.
-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 morel
Much of what you will read here has been sensationalized by others. 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.
Eminem didn’t invent ill rhyming or the ill lower class mentality, however, he had lived it, seen it, done it, and was now speaking on it for the world to hear. He was not a bad guy. Everything he wrote, rapped or spoke had been in the mix, in one form or another. During the period of these interviews, Eminem’s life was racing one-hundred million miles an hour yet he managed to maintain a grip on reality by sticking with the crew he came up.
These interviews deliver a raw twenty-six-year-old Eminem, the real Eminem as an angry young man eager to prove himself to the world and give them the middle-finger at the same time. These interviews deliver an Eminem solely concerned with representing himself, his family, and those he came up with in his time of need. These interviews deliver an Eminem who proudly declared he lived for the day.
The second part of the book features an exclusive 2001 interview with D12. It provides a first-hand look into the “Just Don’t Give A F**k” mindset of the crew and choice background information on Eminem in the midst of becoming an international phenomenon.
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The sequel to the New York Times bestseller Whatever You Say I Am, chronicling the last 20 years of rapper Eminem's life, based on new, exclusive interviews with the artist, his friends, family, and associates.

In 1999, a former dishwasher from Detroit became the most significant, controversial, and polarizing musical artist in the world. He was a fish out of water, a white artist creating viable art in a black medium, telling stories with such verbal dexterity, nimble wit, and shocking honesty that he resonated universally. In short, Eminem changed the landscape of music and pop culture as we know it.
In 2006, at the height of his fame and one of the biggest-selling artists in music history, Eminem all but disappeared. Beset by non-stop controversies, bewildering fame, a debilitating drug problem, and personal tragedies, he became a virtual recluse, withdrawing to his Detroit area compound. He struggled with weight gain and a prescription pill addiction which resulted in an overdose that nearly took his life. Over the next five years, he got sober, relapsed, and finally got clean with the help of his unlikely friend and constant supporter Elton John (Eminem has remained sober for the past ten years). He then triumphantly returned to music, continuing his streak of number one albums and singles.
Not Afraid picks up where rock journalist Anthony Bozza's best-selling Whatever You Say I Am left off, capturing Eminem's "wilderness years" in his own words and through the insights of those closest to him, chronicling the musical, personal, and spiritual growth of one of popular music's most enduring and enigmatic artists.
Scholars have long recognized Carl Maria von Weber as the father of the German Romantic and Nationalist music. The success of his opera Der Freischütz almost single handedly brought German operatic style onto the world stage, competing with and challenging established operatic traditions in France and Italy. Indeed the overtures to his last three operas, Der Freischütz, Euryanthe, and Oberon initiated the genre of the concert overture and are a part of the standard repertoire for most modern symphony orchestras. His works in other genres, including his various concerti and chamber works also stand as centerpieces in the modern concert hall.

In Experiencing Carl Maria von Weber: A Listener's Companion, Joseph Morgan walks readers through the many masterpieces that comprise Weber's oeuvre, providing key insights by integrating critical points in the composer's life with the burgeoning Romantic and Nationalist movements in Germany that Weber's music came to champion. Morgan brings to life the musical character of Weber's most important compositions, from his most popular works such as his programme work Aufforderung zum Tanz (Invitation to the Dance), his majestic solo pieces, and his path-breaking song cycle DieTemperamente beim Verluste der Geliebten (Temperaments on the Loss of a Lover).

At every turn, Morgan brings together biographical, political, aesthetic, and historical matters to inform our understanding of Weber's compositional genius. From the virtuosity of his piano works and their influence on Liszt and Chopin to his relationships with composers from the earliest parts of the 19th century, including Giacomo Meyerbeer, Franz Schubert and Beethoven, Experiencing Carl Maria vonWeber reveals not only the compositional genius of this figure in Romantic music, but his achievements as well as a conductor, music director, and critic who lent his powerful support to his musical peers on stage and page.
P. Diddy 1999. The keys to success & not giving a f*ck. 12 exclusive photos 52 links to video Rare promo items.

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! 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!


Exclusive Sean Combs interview. Distinctive Toronto 1999 press conference.


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.
The GOOD
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.
The BAD
A bevvy of ugly personal rumours aims for Sean Combs essence. His sexuality is questioned, and there are rumblings he is connected to the murder of Tupac Shakur.
The UGLY
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.
Scroll up and buy it today!
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.

-Over 80 original behind the scenes photos!

-Exclusive 1997 and 2001 interviews with Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo.


-The history of Da Mongoloids.


-Complete with Daft Punk discography.


The Real Daft Punk embodies the dynamic practices and principles that launched Daft Punk to superstardom presenting the essence and gift of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. A profound reflection of the tidal ebbs and flows of Dance Music intersected with divergent thinking. This book is honest behind the music tales of an exceptional brotherhood and the catalytic sea change fashioned by its comeuppance. Over two exclusive interviews captured in the age of Homework and the gestation period leading up to and including the release of Discovery, The Real Daft Punk provides vital insight into how the duo achieved unparalleled success without compromising artistic integrity or musical vision.


The Real Daft Punk answering the questions who is Daft Punk? What is their purpose? Where did their unique sound originate? When did they begin to devise different music? Why do they prefer to remain anonymous? And how do they create tracks?


The book chronicles the rise of House and Techno. In the words of its co-conspirators, drawing from talks with Kevin Saunderson, Arthur Baker, Byron Stingily, Moby, 808 State, Underworld, Giorgio Moroder, Stacey Pullen and Cajmere/Green Velvet, in the same time frame as the rise of Daft Punk. Adding the revealing tales of DJ Sneak and the notorious Da Mongoloids crew, who drew from the same wellspring of inspiration and included Daft Punk.


Further setting The Real Daft Punk apart is over eighty original behind the music photos unmasking Daft Punk and their peers. Images from 1997, 2000, and 2001 Miami Winter Music Conference, the January 2001 photo shoot with Daft Punk in NYC, and others from inside clubs and interviews of the critical period in history.


The Real Daft Punk is much more than the narrative of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo exploding across international markets and opening up the Art Form to legions of new listeners. It is a story that, like its subjects, dismantles archaic unwritten rules of music industry conduct while providing the ideation necessary to lead a successful career as a confident creative with a rich legacy.

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

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?


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 2006 interview with Jerry Heller


Exclusive 1996 interview with Yella.


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


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.
SCROLL UP & BUY!

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