Prodigy, who makes up one-half of the longtime rap duo Mobb Deep, took fans for quite a turn with the release of his 2011 autobiography, My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy. Next year, the Hempstead, Long Island native aims to release both a prison-themed cookbook and a follow-up memoir.
Over the years, getting legendary NBA head coach Phil Jackson to compare Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant was damn near impossible. But in Jackson’s forthcoming new book, a memoir titled Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success, he does just that. Basically, it seems like the Zen Master gives the edge to Air Jordan.
Even the word prolific isn’t enough to describe the Roots drummer and frontman Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson. Besides leading his band daily on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, recording albums with the legendardy Roots crew and helping to put the finishing touches on a long delayed D’Angelo project, Questlove is releasing a memoir.
Cee Lo Green may soon be able to add author to a list of hats that already includes rapper, singer, songwriter, actor and TV show host. The “F#ck You” crooner recently announced that he is co-penning his memoir, set to hit bookstores in 2013. In a statement, via the Hollywood Reporter, the recent Grammy winner […]
Lil Wayne Publishing Memoir Titled Gone Till November Lil Wayne’s stint on Rikers Island continues to be proven productive. The YMCMB rapper is publishing a memoir, Gone Till November, that will be in bookstores on November 28. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Grand Central Publishers, a division of the Hachette Book Group, will publish […]