LL Cool J (Hip-Hop Stars) By Dustin Shekell
Publisher: Chelsea House Publications 2007-07 | 112 Pages | ISBN: 0791095193 | PDF | 8.7 MB
In a youth-dominated industry filled with one-hit wonders and short-lived careers, LL Cool J has shown remarkable longevity. Born James Todd Smith, he bounced back from a turbulent childhood to become one of the most groundbreaking artists in rap music history. From practicing in his grandmother's basement to selling out venues around the world, LL Cool J has remained relevant for more than two decades. And with eight consecutive platinum albums, roles is more than 20 motion pictures, and the starring role in a primetime sitcom, his artistic diversity shows no limits or signs of slowing down. It hasn't come easy, but through the years LL has stayed the course and stayed on top. With its blend of appealing full-color photographs, engaging text, and informative features such as sidebars, a chronology, discography, glossary and related Web sites, "LL Cool J" sheds new light on this charismatic and versatile performer.
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