N.W.A by Harris Rosen
The Aftermath: Exclusive Interviews with Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Jerry Heller, Yella and Westside Connection (In Their Own Words: Behind the Music Tales of Truth, Fiction and Desire) (Volume 4)

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[N.W.A Fans Only!] Astonishing facts revealed for the first time!

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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

N.W.A: The Aftermath is the fourth book from the In Their Own Words: Behind the Music Tales of Truth, Fiction & Desire series. If you like the truth, these exclusive behind the scenes interviews deliver N.W.A like 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 in a manner of journalistic psycho-speak. 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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Published August 12, 2015 by Peace! Carving. 192 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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