Unruly

Unruly

The Highs and Lows of Becoming A Man

eBook - 2014
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Ja Rule has sold 30 million records worldwide. His unwavering talent has relentlessly captured our attention with his addictive beats, clever lyrics and his undeniable presence. Ja Rule has been performing for over a decade to audiences that can't get enough of his distinctively raw sound. His triumphs have brought him undreamed-of success and celebrity; his tribulations have visited upon him notoriety and unforgiving media attention. But who is Ja Rule?Multiple-Award-Winning ArtistUnruly reveals the real man behind the persona that dominates the stage and emerges from his music. In this emotive page-turner, we get to know who lives behind the performer. Ja Rule, honestly and unapologetically, delves into the pain of being a fatherless child, raised by a single mother, and eventually growing to fulfill his dreams of becoming an iconic figure in hip-hop and beyond.
Publisher: 2014
ISBN: 9780062316196
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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ChristchurchLib Sep 02, 2014

In his first book, rapper Ja Rule explains how hard times led to his success with a microphone...and his time in prison. Growing up in Queens, gang life and drug dealing were an irresistible lure; after dropping out of high school, he sold crack while working on his rhymes. Though recalling both his troubled youth and his years in Federal prison (each chapter ends with a handwritten letter from his time there), Ja Rule also explains how he eventually got sober and grew up; Publishers Weekly calls Unruly "a remarkable memoir and a worthy read." Popular Culture newsletter September 2014.

ChristchurchLib Sep 02, 2014

In his first book, rapper Ja Rule explains how hard times led to his success with a microphone...and his time in prison. Growing up in Queens, gang life and drug dealing were an irresistible lure; after dropping out of high school, he sold crack while working on his rhymes. Though recalling both his troubled youth and his years in Federal prison (each chapter ends with a handwritten letter from his time there), Ja Rule also explains how he eventually got sober and grew up; Publishers Weekly calls Unruly "a remarkable memoir and a worthy read." Popular Culture newsletter September 2014.

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