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Ghetto Supastar

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In the streets, sometimes the only thing deadlier than a gun is a dream.

Diamond is a kid with hopes and dreams, who longs to make a demo that could give him the ways and means to escape the projects of East New York. His rhymes are wrought through sore eyes and a heart of pain as he staggers through an all-too-common life of loss and loneliness. In his determination to rea

Paperback, 248 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Pocket Books
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Chris Herdt
Sep 07, 2007 Chris Herdt rated it did not like it
This book, written by the least-talented member of the Fugees and a ghost-writer who didn't do enough to reign him in, almost transcends bad and comes full-circle to brilliant. The metaphors are so atrocious that they border on hallucinatory. This belongs in a Hall of Shame somewhere.
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