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Freeway Rick Ross by Rick Ross

Title Freeway Rick Ross
Author Rick Ross
Publisher CreateSpace
Release Date 2014-06-11
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 298
ISBN 1499651538
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A notorious drug kingpin reigning over Los Angeles, California and operating across numerous other states, Rick was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1996. But following the discovery his drug source was linked to the CIA and he had been used as a pawn in the Iran-Contra scandal, he received a reduced sentence.

The 21 Keys Of Success by Kolie Crutcher

Title The 21 KEYS Of Success
Author Kolie Crutcher
Publisher Kolie Crutcher
Release Date 2021
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9780981464350
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Award-winning, internationally-published and best-selling author Kolie Crutcher, provides never-before granted access to the unfiltered success principles of America's most infamous cocaine kingpin--Freeway Ricky Ross. In Ridin' With Rick: The 21 Keys of Success, Crutcher (also an electrical engineer) masterfully breaks down the 21 success principles he personally witnessed the former kingpin use, as they rode around L.A. to conduct business with Hollywood's elite executives, sports figures and celebrities. After Ross' release from federal prison, Crutcher spent six months ridin' with, studying and documenting the practices of the ex-drug lord--who often made $2-3 million daily from the sale of crack cocaine in the 1980s. The 21 Keys uniquely reveals how the same principles that made millions of dollars in illegal cocaine money can be used to make millions of dollars legally in Hollywood and legitimate business! By way of chapters (keys) such as "Don't Front What You Can't Lose", "Make Your Name Carry Weight" and "Cocaine Love", Crutcher takes you along for the ride with Freeway Rick--as no one else can. So whether you are a street hustler on the corner, or a "legit" businessperson in the corner office, the 21 Keys work universally for all striving to overcome life's adversities and live the life you want. After Ridin' With Rick, you will understand how to turn failure into fame, poverty into plenty, and setbacks into success!

Dark Alliance by Gary Webb

Title Dark Alliance
Author Gary Webb
Publisher Seven Stories Press
Release Date 2011-01-04
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 592
ISBN 9781609802028
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Major Motion Picture based on Dark Alliance and starring Jeremy Renner, "Kill the Messenger," to be be released in Fall 2014 In August 1996, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gary Webb stunned the world with a series of articles in the San Jose Mercury News reporting the results of his year-long investigation into the roots of the crack cocaine epidemic in America, specifically in Los Angeles. The series, titled “Dark Alliance,” revealed that for the better part of a decade, a Bay Area drug ring sold tons of cocaine to Los Angeles street gangs and funneled millions in drug profits to the CIA-backed Nicaraguan Contras. Gary Webb pushed his investigation even further in his book, Dark Alliance: The CIA, The Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion. Drawing from then newly declassified documents, undercover DEA audio and videotapes that had never been publicly released, federal court testimony, and interviews, Webb demonstrates how our government knowingly allowed massive amounts of drugs and money to change hands at the expense of our communities. Webb’s own stranger-than-fiction experience is also woven into the book. His excoriation by the media—not because of any wrongdoing on his part, but by an insidious process of innuendo and suggestion that in effect blamed Webb for the implications of the story—had been all but predicted. Webb was warned off doing a CIA expose by a former Associated Press journalist who lost his job when, years before, he had stumbled onto the germ of the “Dark Alliance” story. And though Internal investigations by both the CIA and the Justice Department eventually vindicated Webb, he had by then been pushed out of the Mercury News and gone to work for the California State Legislature Task Force on Government Oversight. He died in 2004.

Hurricanes by Rick Ross

Title Hurricanes
Author Rick Ross
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2019-09-03
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781488053634
Language English, Spanish, and French
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*NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER* “A gripping journey.”—People The highly anticipated memoir from hip-hop icon Rick Ross chronicles his coming of age amid Miami’s crack epidemic, his star-studded controversies and his unstoppable rise to fame. Rick Ross is an indomitable presence in the music industry, but few people know his full story. Now, for the first time, Ross offers a vivid, dramatic and unexpectedly candid account of his early childhood, his tumultuous adolescence and his dramatic ascendancy in the world of hip-hop. Born William Leonard Roberts II, Ross grew up “across the bridge,” in a Miami at odds with the glitzy beaches, nightclubs and yachts of South Beach. In the aftermath of the 1980 race riots and the Mariel boatlift, Ross came of age at the height of the city’s crack epidemic, when home invasions and execution-style killings were commonplace. Still, in the midst of the chaos and danger that surrounded him, Ross flourished, first as a standout high school football player and then as a dope boy in Carol City’s notorious Matchbox housing projects. All the while he honed his musical talent, overcoming setback after setback until a song called “Hustlin’” changed his life forever. From the making of “Hustlin’” to his first major label deal with Def Jam, to the controversy surrounding his past as a correctional officer and the numerous health scares, arrests and feuds he had to transcend along the way, Hurricanes is a revealing portrait of one of the biggest stars in the rap game, and an intimate look at the birth of an artist.

Godfather Of Crack by Seth Ferranti

Title Godfather of Crack
Author Seth Ferranti
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2014-03
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 200
ISBN 1939521114
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Freeway Ricky Ross is the West Coast's pre-eminent street legend. From the dawn of the crack era he was the man to see in South Central, Los Angeles to buy multiple kilos of cocaine at our rate prices. From the ghettos of the City of Angels, his drug empire spread state to state, across the nation, due to his affiliation with the Crips and Bloods, who became roving drug dealers, leaving death and destruction in their wake. Freeway Rick is the man credited with supplying the cocaine that fuelled their surge and migration out of LA, enabling them to infect our country with crack, gangbanging and drive-by shooting. For this reason, Freeway Rick Ross is known as the Godfather of Crack and has been blamed by the U.S. government for the crack epidemic. This book is the most concise account of Freeway Rick's story to date. It also goes into how he won his appeal and gained his release from prison and his ongoing battle with the rapper Rick Ross over the use of his name.

Whiteout by Alexander Cockburn

Title Whiteout
Author Alexander Cockburn
Publisher Verso Books
Release Date 2014-12-16
Category Political Science
Total Pages 418
ISBN 9781784782603
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A shocking expose of the CIA’s role as drug baron. On March 18, 1998, the CIA’s Inspector General, Fred Hitz, told astounded US Reps that the CIA had maintained relationships with companies and individuals that the Agency knew to be involved in the drug business. More shocking was the revelation that the CIA had received from Reagan’s Justice Department clearance not to report any knowledge it might have of drug-dealing by CIA assets. Many years’ worth of CIA denials, much of it under oath to Congress, were sunk. Hitz’s admissions made fools of some of the most prominent names in US journalism and vindicated others that had been ruined. Particularly resonant was the case of the San Jose Mercury News, which published a sensational series on CIA involvement in the smuggling of cocaine into black urban neighborhoods, and then under pressure conspired in the destruction of its own reporter, Gary Webb. In Whiteout, Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair finally put the whole story together, from the earliest days, when the CIA’s institutional ancestors cut a deal with America’s premier gangster and drug trafficker, Lucky Luciano. This is a thrilling history that stretches from Sicily in 1944 to the killing fields of Laos and Vietnam, to CIA safe houses in Greenwich Village and San Francisco where CIA men watched Agency-paid prostitutes feed LSD to unsuspecting clients. We meet Oliver North, as he plotted with Manuel Noriega and Central American gangsters. We travel to little-known airports in Costa Rica and Arkansas. We hear from drug pilots and accountants from the Cali Cartel. We learn of DEA agents whose careers were ruined because they tried to tell the truth. Cockburn and St. Clair show how the CIA’s complicity with drug-dealing criminal gangs was part and parcel of its attacks on labor organizers, whether on the docks of New York, Marseilles, or Shanghai. They trace how the Cold War and counter-insurgency led to an alliance between the Agency and the vilest of war criminals like Klaus Barbie, or fanatic opium traders like the mujahedin in Afghanistan. Cockburn and St. Clair horrifyingly affirm charges of outraged black communities that the CIA had undertaken enduring programs of experiments on minorities. They show that the CIA imported Nazi scientists straight from their labs at Dachau and Buchenwald and set to work, developing chemical and biological agents, tested on blacks, some of them in mental hospitals. Cockburn and St. Clair dissect the shameful way American journalists have not only turned a blind eye to the Agency’s misdeeds, but also helped plunge the knife into those who tried to tell the truth. Fact-packed and fast-paced, Whiteout is a richly detailed excavation of the CIA’s dirtiest secrets. For anyone who wants to know the real truth about the Agency, this is the book to start with.

Kill The Messenger by Nick Schou

Title Kill the Messenger
Author Nick Schou
Publisher Bold Type Books
Release Date 2009-04-28
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 278
ISBN 9780786735266
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Soon to be a major motion picture! Kill the Messenger tells the story of the tragic death of Gary Webb, the controversial newspaper reporter who committed suicide in December 2004. Webb is the former San Jose Mercury News reporter whose 1996 "Dark Alliance" series on the so-called CIA-crack cocaine connection created a firestorm of controversy and led to his resignation from the paper amid escalating attacks on his work by the mainstream media. Author and investigative journalist Nick Schou published numerous articles on the controversy and was the only reporter to significantly advance Webb's stories. Drawing on exhaustive research and highly personal interviews with Webb's family, colleagues, supporters and critics, this book argues convincingly that Webb's editors betrayed him, despite mounting evidence that his stories were correct. Kill the Messenger examines the "Dark Alliance" controversy, what it says about the current state of journalism in America, and how it led Webb to ultimately take his own life. Webb's widow, Susan Bell, remains an ardent defender of her ex-husband. By combining her story with a probing examination of the one of the most important media scandals in recent memory, this book provides a gripping view of one of the greatest tragedies in the annals of investigative journalism.

Black Scarface Ii by Jimmy DaSaint

Title Black Scarface II
Author Jimmy DaSaint
Publisher Dasaint Entertainment, LLC
Release Date 2010-11-01
Category Drug dealers
Total Pages 264
ISBN 0982311192
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This powerful, realistic tale of money, power, respect, loyalty and love follows a young man's journey to become a living legend, and the most prominent drug kingpin in U.S. history."--Cover p.4.

The Misfit Economy by Alexa Clay

Title The Misfit Economy
Author Alexa Clay
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2015-06-23
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781451688825
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A book that argues that lessons in creativity, innovation, salesmanship, and entrepreneurship can come from surprising places: pirates, bootleggers, counterfeiters, hustlers, and others living and working on the margins of business and society. Who are the greatest innovators in the world? You're probably thinking Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford. The usual suspects. This book isn't about them. It's about people you've never heard of. It's about people who are just as innovative, entrepreneurial, and visionary as the Jobses, Edisons, and Fords of the world. They’re in the crowded streets of Shenzhen, the prisons of Somalia, the flooded coastal towns of Thailand. They are pirates, computer hackers, pranksters, and former gang leaders. Across the globe, diverse innovators operating in the black, grey, and informal economies are developing solutions to a myriad of challenges. Far from being "deviant entrepreneurs" that pose threats to our social and economic stability, these innovators display remarkable ingenuity, pioneering original methods and practices that we can learn from and apply to move formal markets. This book investigates the stories of underground innovation that make up the Misfit Economy. It examines the teeming genius of the underground. It asks: Who are these unknown visionaries? How do they work? How do they organize themselves? How do they catalyze innovation? And ultimately, how can you take these lessons into your own world?

Crack by David Farber

Title Crack
Author David Farber
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 2019-10-10
Category History
Total Pages 220
ISBN 9781108425278
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The crack cocaine years: from deviant globalization to the 'get money' culture of late twentieth-century America.

Title Clinton Bush and CIA Conspiracies
Author Shaun Attwood
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-11-14
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 294
ISBN 1912885069
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the 1980s, George HW Bush imported cocaine to finance an illegal war in Nicaragua. Governor Bill Clinton's Arkansas state police provided security for the drug drops. For assisting the CIA, the Clinton Crime Family was awarded the White House. The #clintonbodycount continues to this day, with the deceased including Jeffrey Epstein. This book features harrowing true stories that reveal the insanity of the drug war. A mother receives the worst news about her son. A journalist gets a tip that endangers his life. An unemployed man becomes California's biggest crack dealer. A DEA agent in Mexico is sacrificed for going after the big players. The lives of Linda Ives, Gary Webb, Freeway Rick Ross and Kiki Camarena are shattered by brutal experiences. Not all of them will survive.

Title The Killing of Tuapc Shakur Third Edition
Author Cathy Scott
Publisher Huntington Press Inc
Release Date 2014-03-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 328
ISBN 9781935396543
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It's been almost 20 years since poet, revolutionary, convict, and movie star, Tupac Amaru Shakur (a.k.a 2Pac, Makaveli, or simply 'pac), was gunned down at age 25 while he sat in traffic with Suge Knight near the Las Vegas Strip following a Mike Tyson fight at MGM Grand. In the new updated and expanded third edition of this acclaimed biography, Las Vegas crime writer Cathy Scott has finally been able to include the previously unpublished chapter featuring the account of that last fateful night from "Big Frank," the rapper's now-deceased personal bodyguard. The raw no-holds-barred narrative, which includes exclusive photo evidence (including of Tupac's autopsy), is the definitive account of the unsolved murder of Tupac Shakur: the many possible motives, the failed investigation, the rap wars, the killing of Biggie Smalls, the Bloods-Crips connection, the Suge Knight and Death Row Records association, and the subsequent fate of numerous principals involved in the aftermath. It is also a sensitive, candid, and insightful account of the contradictory icon who remains not only one of the most influential rappers ever but, with more than 75 million records sold worldwide, he's also one of the best-selling music artists of all time. The music of Tupac Shakur is the legacy of his life. The Killing of Tupac Shakur is the legacy of his death.

The Cia by William Blum

Title The CIA
Author William Blum
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1986
Category United States
Total Pages 428
ISBN IND:32000003325059
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The CIA: a forgotten history tells the remarkable story of the CIA interventions in more thatn fifty countries, from the earliest actions in China to the present day campaign against Nicaragua. Investigative writer William Blum describes the grim role played by the Agency in overthrowing governments, preventing elections, assassinating leaders, suppressing revolutions, manipulating trade unions and manufacturing 'news' -- in detail that's never before appeared in one book. Blum also shows how the mainstream media have frequently not bothered to probe, highlight or even report many of America's aggressive actions abroad. Effectively, this has helped the US Government camoflague its operations and intentions abroad ever since World War II. Washington's deception and the media's laxity combine to leave us functionally illiterate about the history of modern US foreign policy. And that, the author believes, is good neither for democracy, nor for development and world peace. This immensely readable account has been carefully pieced together from widely disparate sources and with a scrupulous eye to documentation." --

How To Hustle And Win by Supreme Understanding

Title How to Hustle and Win
Author Supreme Understanding
Publisher Supreme Design Publishing
Release Date 2008-06-19
Category
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Likened to a 48 Laws of Power for young Black men, this book presents Black biographies, history, and current events in a language that the Hip-Hop generation will understand and relate to. Each story or essay is framed within the context of a life lesson, each one being of vital importance to the survival, redemption, and ultimate success of our dying Black generation. Both the positive and negative sides of the Black experience are explored in detail, from the lives of infamous drug dealers and pimps to the exploits of Black revolutionaries and activists. In addition, several How To sections outline simple strategies for self-development. Packed with useful information, from the best way to handle confrontations with police, to the continuing relevance of the 1919 race riots, this book has been compared to an urban Encyclopedia Africana. Others have called it a Blueprint for Black Power for a generation struggling with materialism and short attention spans. This book is guaranteed to change the world by changing the way millions of people think and live. In How to Hustle and Win, author Supreme Understanding tells, in often graphic detail, stories like that of the infamous Philadelphia Black Mafia, Harlem's heroin kingpin Frank Lucas, and former gang leader Stanley "Tookie" Williams. In between and throughout these tales, he weaves life lessons and guidance, turning sordid stories of crime and urban despair into an educational experience. Whereas Robert Greene's bestselling 48 Laws of Power used iconic figures from classical history to illustrate the guidelines for personal success, How to Hustle and Win is filled with the exploits of rappers, gangsters, radicals, and revolutionaries. This is a new kind of Black history book, and its intent is the motivation and achievement of a new kind of reader. Although today's literary market has seen an influx of self-help books attending to a variety of issues, few books have attempted to address the concerns of young Black men, struggling to find direction. It is this group that author Supreme Understanding names as one of most troubled demographics in American society today. On the book's website, the author comments: "Unfortunately, few authors actively target this audience, and those who do are either not speaking their language, or not interested in pushing for change. This is why How to Hustle and Win was written. This book will change the minds of millions of young men of color, and by doing this, it will ultimately change the world." Revolutionary aspirations aside, How to Hustle and Win's groundbreaking concept results in a truly appealing work. Its essays are delivered in short bursts, none of them over four pages long, making it ideal for struggling readers and those with shorter attention spans. At the same time, the book is filled with a wealth of information that would enlighten educated readers equally. In fact, the author juxtaposes his own personal tales of early delinquency and misdirection with his later years of professional success, including obtaining a doctorate in education at the age of 26.

Report On The Central Intelligence Agency S Alleged Involvement In Crack Cocaine Trafficking In The Los Angeles Area by United States. Congress. House. Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Title Report on the Central Intelligence Agency s Alleged Involvement in Crack Cocaine Trafficking in the Los Angeles Area
Author United States. Congress. House. Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2000
Category Cocaine industry
Total Pages 350
ISBN STANFORD:36105050143127
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Queen Pin by Jemeker Thompson-Hairston

Title Queen Pin
Author Jemeker Thompson-Hairston
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release Date 2010-06-22
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 224
ISBN 0446569143
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Jemeker Thompson-Hairston paid a heavy price for her involvement in the drug game. Learning from her sources of a federal investigation, Jemeker went on the run. It was love for her young son that brought her back to Los Angeles, even though she knew she would be arrested. A subsequent 15-year sentence would cost her not only her legitimate business and the fortune she'd amassed through the drug trade, but the most precious thing of all: time with her child. But not all was lost. Fortunately, while Thompson-Hairston was serving out the fifteen-year sentence, one pivotal moment helped her turn her life around, setting her on a path to help and inspire others like her. Now, in QUEEN PIN, written with New York Times bestselling author David Ritz, she reveals in gripping detail her journey of redemption that readers won't soon forget.

Prisoner Of War by Vince Wade

Title Prisoner of War
Author Vince Wade
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-06-25
Category Drug traffic
Total Pages 418
ISBN 0692995706
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Prisoner of War: The Story of White Boy Rick and the War on Drugs is the true tale of the FBI¿s youngest recruit in the failed attempt to stop the flow of illegal narcotics. It is the War on Drugs as seen from the trenches of battles America lost. Richard J. Wershe, Jr. was a white kid who didn¿t do drugs, but he lived in a racially mixed neighborhood and he knew some bad people. Among them was a powerful and politically-connected black drug operation. Wershe¿s father was a business hustler willing to put his son¿s life at grave risk for FBI informant cash. Young Wershe did a good job as a drug spy for the FBI. Perhaps too good.The drug gang inadvertently killed a 13-year old boy. When Rick told the FBI about top-level police corruption in the homicide investigation, he became too hot. The FBI dropped him as an informant. Cast adrift, young Wershe made the bad decision to use the crime skills law enforcement had taught him. He tried to become a cocaine wholesaler, got caught and was sentenced to life in prison by age 18. His trial was a media sensation and reporters labeled him White Boy Rick, falsely accusing him of being a ¿drug lord¿ and drug ¿kingpin.¿ White Boy Rick became a Prisoner of the War on Drugs.As the book documents, the tragic tale of White Boy Rick Wershe is part of a lost ¿war¿ that mimics Prohibition¿with the same results.

Dopeworld by Nikolai I. Vorobyov

Title Dopeworld
Author Nikolai I. Vorobyov
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-07-25
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 1529378028
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The 21 Keys Of Success by Rick Ross ((High school teacher);)

Title The 21 Keys of Success
Author Rick Ross ((High school teacher);)
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-01-18
Category Business
Total Pages 316
ISBN 0981464343
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the 1980s, "Freeway" Ricky Ross rose to power as the most notorious crack cocaine dealer in United States history. During the height of his reign, Ross was making $2-3 million per day, as he trafficked untold kilograms-keys-of cocaine all across the nation. But after being set up by his Nicaraguan connect and the United States CIA, Ross was sentenced to life in federal prison... Today, Ross is a free man. And once again, he is pushing keys-keys of success. In RIDIN' WITH RICK: THE 21 KEYS OF SUCCESS, award-winning writer Kolie Crutcher details the 21 success principles-the 21 keys-he witnessed the former kingpin use daily while "ridin' with Rick" around Los Angeles over the course of several months. These keys not only made Rick Ross a fortune of over $600 million, but they ultimately overturned his life sentence and freed him from prison. And now, these 21 keys are available to you... Written from Kolie Crutcher's unique perspective (through close personal association with "Freeway Rick"), The 21 Keys studies and interprets the actions of Ross to their unseen, underlying cause. And in the process, offers the reader a rare glimpse into the mind of America's most infamous cocaine kingpin... So whether you are a street hustler on the corner, or a "legit" businessperson in the corner office, The 21 Keys work universally for all striving to overcome life's adversities and live the life you want!

Title Rick Ross 50 Success Facts Everything You Need to Know about Rick Ross
Author Lisa Velazquez
Publisher Emereo Publishing
Release Date 2014-12-19
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 32
ISBN 1488876630
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Come see what's new with Rick Ross. This book is your ultimate resource for Rick Ross. Here you will find the most up-to-date 50 Success Facts, Information, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Rick Ross's Early life, Career and Personal life right away. A quick look inside: Rick Ross - Early life and career beginnings, The Beat Bully - Rick Ross - God Forgives, I Don't, Rick Ross - Seizures, Kreayshawn - Rick Ross, "Freeway" Rick Ross - Iran-Contra involvement, Rick Ross (rapper), Magnificent (Rick Ross song), Sean Combs production discography - Rick Ross - Mastermind (Rick Ross album)Mastermind, The Boss (Rick Ross song), Rick Ross (disambiguation), "Freeway" Rick Ross - Drug empire, Nobody (Rick Ross song) - Music video, "Freeway" Rick Ross - Book, Pharrell Williams production discography - Rick Ross - God Forgives, I Don't, Rick Ross - Lyric controversy, Drug lord - Rick Ross, 50 Cent - Rick Ross, Infamous (producer) - Rick Ross (rapper)Rick Ross - The Albert Anastasia EP (2010), Rise to Power (Rick Ross album), Pharrell Williams production discography - Rick Ross - The Black Bar Mitzvah, Rick Ross - Religion, "Freeway" Rick Ross - Biography, Rick Ross - 2011-present: God Forgives, I Don't and Mastermind, Magnificent (Rick Ross song) - Remix, Rick Ross discography, Rick Ross - 2009-2010: Deeper Than Rap and Teflon Don, Nobody (Rick Ross song) - Live performances, "Freeway" Rick Ross - Cocaine introduction, Push It (Rick Ross song), Rick Ross (rapper) - Discography, Rick Ross - Legal issues, G-Unit-Murda Inc feud - Rick Ross, Kanye West production discography - Rick Ross - Mastermind (Rick Ross album)Mastermind, and much more...