Explicit Content: Why You Should Listen to the Shady Side of Hip Hop
This controversial and ultimately inspiring book provides a new and original view that explores why a high school dropout from a broken home is one of the most powerfully influential icons of the twenty-first century. This modern hero has played a significant role in the lives of his fans. As a child psychologist, curious investigator in the rap and Hip-Hop community, and mother, I have come to understand what Eminem means to young people who desperately seek authenticity in their lives and role models in whom they can believe. I want to share what I've discovered with these fans and those who are in a position to help kids transition into a healthy and meaningful adulthood. EXPLICIT CONTENT is the first book to explain why this iconoclastic Hip-Hop phenomenon is so meaningful-and why he fills an essential need. This book features fans who were interviewed at Eminem's Anger Management Tours between 2003-2005, and their views are featured here, in their own explicit content.
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