And this book on Tupac Shakur is no different. White never fails to praise Tupac's brilliance, while also pointing out his flaws.
And this book on Tupac Shakur is no different. I read this book years ago mainly because I am a huge Tupac Shakur fan, I recently seen it in one of my old boxes where I've got some things stored and remembered how much I enjoyed this book
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This is an alright book about the life of Tupac. However, the book seems to be uneven. Armond White should have proofread his work before publishing it. Instead of sticking to one subject on certain aspects of Tupac' life, White goes completety off the subject when he talks about certain songs by other artists just to get a point across. These faults hurt his book. Also, There are ALOT of mistakes in this book. from Dr. Dre's song "LET ME RIDE", NOT "F-N WIT DRE DAY".
In this full-length biography of the rapper, critic Armond White attempts to make sense of Shakur's life and death, examining the larger issues of rap and ghetto culture, exploitation in the music industry, and the black struggle for self-expression.
The ever-controversial Shakur offers a great occasion for a close, passionate reading of rap and ghetto culture. White's understanding of Tupac's art will uncork the bottled up rage and confusion that attends the way hip-hop culture is produced and received.
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White was raised in northwest Detroit, Michigan, as the youngest of seven children. Rebel for the Hell of It: The Life of Tupac Shakur, 2002. ISBN 978-1560254614). New Position: The Prince Chronicles, 2016.