"Faces of Rap Mothers," by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell available in pre-release

“Faces of Rap Mothers,” by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell is a first of its kind collaborative compilation, published by Beat Deep Books.
( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2019-06-11 11:32:19 )
“Faces of Rap Mothers,” by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell is a first of its kind collaborative compilation, published by Beat Deep Books This title shares gallery images and back-stories of women who are artists, business owners, relatives or mothers of Rap and Hip-Hop’s most infamous Superstar Icons. Candy’s minimalist approach, represents the important women who educated, nursed, represented, supported and upheld Rap and Hip-Hop through their shadowing of its Icons or self-exposure as artisans within the industry. These women rise oftentimes in the shadow of Ultra-Famous Rap and Hip-Hop performers who they love. One can only imagine being a cousin, niece, mother, sister or wife of an infamous personality. Quietly observing the rank and file within media, and the music industry, experiencing the waves of success involve with their ebbs and flows in the tides of life, the extreme highs and extreme lows of the path of stardom, must inure even the strongest of these women; however, elements of soul remain at the core of their lives and it is demonstrated in, “Faces of Rap Mothers.”

Contributors to Mrs. Mitchell’s book expose intimate stories fans of Rap and Hip-Hop are certain to be encouraged by, and include:

Beretta (e.g.: Sharon Lynette Young), CEO of one of the hottest recording studios in Hollywood, many of Rap’s and Hip-Hop’s Superstars record there. Her chapter is certain to entice future music entrepreneurs interested in engineering soulful sounds.

Honey Blunt, a six (6) time award-winning West Coast recording artist; is also a model and dancer as a well-known Rap and Hip-Hop entertainer. Her sultry personality shines in revelations of the boundaries of emergent music trends she fashions to a taste of honey in golden performances.

Monica Davis, ex-wife of a well-known R&B star (we’ll learn who in her excerpt), grew up in Hollywood after spending years touring with Ralph Tresvant Sr. (e.g.: also known as Rizz and Rizzo, American actor, record producer, singer, and songwriter best known as New Edition’s Lead Singer). She’s also dated some very influential Rap and Hip-Hop artists who include LL COOL J (e.g.: Queens rapper who fused beat-box with defiant lyrics pushing music to new heights), Jessie D. (e.g.: Jessie Lee Daniels from Staten Island who cut his chops in Times Square and developed a signature sound that successfully mashed Du-Wop, R&B and Hip-Hop with unprecedented success as a member of Force MDS), and Johnny Gill, Jr. (e.g.: also known as J.G., J. Skillz and Johnny G as an American singer-songwriter and actor - the sixth and final member of the R&B New Edition, who was also a member of LSG with Gerald Levert and Keith Sweat) . . certainly, Monica’s experiences will enrich all our lives . . . more to come . . . for real.

Queen G (e.g.: Shonta Gibson), award-winning CEO and Owner of Letsgotowork Entertainment Network; also, Animateur de radio at BlackOut Radio and Media Director at CLUB HIS HOP Las Vegas, grew up in Hollywood where she performed as a movie extra. Queen G is Superstar Tyrese’s sister (e.g.: Tyrese Gibson known magnanimously as Tyrese is an American recording artist, rapper, actor, model, DJ, screenwriter, film producer, author and television producer. He played Joseph "Jody" Summers in Baby Boy, Angel Mercer in Four Brothers, Roman Pearce in the Fast and the Furious series and Robert Epps in the Transformers film series. After releasing several albums, he transitioned into films, with lead roles in several major Hollywood releases) and also a through and through businesswoman.

Tyaunna Harris, actress and model, grew up within Rap and Hip-Hop and keeps her finger on speed-dial within the industry today . . . we’ll learn more about Tyaunna very soon . . .

O.G. LIL MAMA (e.g.: Angel Hicks), West Coast Hip-Hop Artist grew up with Snoop Dogg. What else is there to say? Looking forward to this slice of music industry history . . .

Lena Moss, Superstar Aaron Hall's wife and mother of beautiful Kaloni Hall, Lena and Aaron’s daughter. Aaron Hall is an American singer and songwriter who is currently a member of the “Guy,” which he founded in the late 1980s in Harlem, New York with R&B singer-songwriters Teddy Riley and Timmy Gatling. Damion Hall, Aaron’s brother, later replaced Gatling. Their 1988 debut album sold over a million copies and is certified platinum.

Jamie Paris, mother of one of Snoop Dogg’s recording artist, JP Cali Smoov discloses the facts about living the life of a Rap and Hip-Hop Mother.

Nina Womack, award-winning actress, event producer and filmmaker is also the Founder of Transmedia 360° a multimedia and branding agency. Nina has an extensive background in event production, festival, film and theater. She’s also the creator of “Let’s Be Whole” (e.g.: an interactive, grassroots outreach program designed to reach communities of color at high risk for cancer, disease, mental illness, obesity, poverty and other stress-related trauma.). Her son is a producer and she is the niece of Superstar Bobby Womack (Robert Dwayne Womack an American musician, record producer, singer, and songwriter whose career began as the lead singer of Valentinos in the 1960's and as Sam Cooke's backing guitarist; his career spanned more than 60 years among multiple styles, including country, du-wop, gospel, R&B, rock and roll, and soul.).

“Faces of Rap Mothers,” available in “pre-release” NOW features a 20% discount of signed and unsigned books (e.g.: signed copies are sold at a higher cost). ALL PRE-RELEASE BOOKS ARE SHIPPED FIRST WHEN THE TITLE IS READY TO SHIP – WE WAIT UNTIL WE KNOW EARLY PURCHASERS HAVE RECEIVED THEIR SHIPMENT BEFORE RELEASING TO THE PUBLIC.

To order “Faces of Rap Mothers,” by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell and ensure you are not put on a waiting list (especially for signed copes), visit: https://www.donnaink.com! This link is dedicated to “pre-release” sales

“Faces of Rap Mothers” is available on AMAZON, Barnes & Noble, and other fine book retailers . . . ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY! 😊

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For BULK ORDERS – we have fact and sell sheets upon request and/or can take purchase orders over the telephone or through email – we’ll remit an invoice. Write to: candisbook@mail.com for more information. Standard book industry bulk rate reductions apply.

About the Author:

Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell is the niece of a civil rights leader who worked directly alongside Dr. Martin Luther King. This may have resulted in her burgeoning interests as a human rights activist. Mrs. Mitchell has testified on Capitol Hill and aired in national news broadcasts regarding newsworthy topics. She is the creator and executive producer of “The Face of Rap Mothers,” an affiliation of women leaders in the rap industry who work in unison to build better futures for humanity through entrepreneurial, solopreneur and philanthropic efforts. Candy is also the CEO of Black Cash Universal Studios Entertainment and her son is King Tha Rapper – she shares her story in an introductory chapter of, “Faces of Rap Mothers.”

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