I have been advertising my book â€ž Eminem and the Detroit Rap Scene-White Kid In A Black Musicâ€ a lot. The reason is that I want more and more people to know about the existence of my book.
Like I said it numerous times, a writer is nothing without his or her readership. I love writing.
As most of you would probably know, I have been a music journalist for a decade now, expressing mainly on hip hop related subjects. â€œ Eminem and the Detroit Rap Sceneâ€ is the fruit of a decade of work during which I gathered a lot of information about Eminem as a person and an artist and about the boiling Detroit rap scene that is so full of many talents. While I couldn’t t expose everybody, I did my best to make some great local talents shine
I would like to share this info with all of you, Eminem fans, Detroit rap lovers, hip hop lovers or with anybody that is just curious about my book.
Today I am addressing to the people who acquired a copy of my book or to all of you who intend to buy it in the future. While I am encouraging you to write some reviews on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, I would also be keen to expose your review on my media, especially the recently created â€œ Eminem and the Detroit Rap Scene on Blogger.
Id feature your review, place a little photo of you and give a little presentation of you on my different websites. Interested? Get back at me RIGHT NOW and let s go ahead this venture together!
Isabelle Esling Â© All Rights Reserved
I created a blog for ” Eminem and the Detroit Rap Scene” where I will publish all updates related to the book-including your comments…if you have read or are planning to get a copy, I am very much interested in your feedback…leave your email address on here and I will contact you in order to publish your comment and feature you on the website.
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I am currently looking for some Detroiters ( artists, writers or entrepreneurs or anybody involved with hip hop media) who would be willing to interview me about my recent book release ” Eminem and the Detroit Rap Scene” and give me some exposure on their own media…WHO is interested? please get back at me, leave your email on this website and I will contact you…I need your support, folks! Thanks a million:)
If you are fond of Eminem, you probably read a lot of books about the talented artist.
Some of them might be quite interesting and also deliver a lot of info. However, a lot of Eminem biographers seem to miss an essential point: a lot of them tend to separate Marshall Mathers from the context in which he grew up into: the Detroit scene.
An understanding of the Detroit rap scene is vital to understanding Eminem as an artist and also as a human being. He is not just some random white guy who is making black music; he actually grew roots in black America.
My book offers a good understanding of the rough, original context of Detroit City, its boiling hip hop scene. It features numerous local Detroit artists that I have interviewed and whose music I have reviewed for yearsâ€¦some of them, like 5 ELA are the original hip hop pioneers of the D Town.
I gave voice to most of them, and also featured opinions that were not in favor of Eminem s artistry.
With its global overview of the Detroit hip hop scene, its history of the D12 group, the precise info it contains about Eminems career and life story, it will certainly raise your interest and give you a new perspective of rap mogul Marshall Mathers aka Eminem.
My book is available directly on amazon and on Barnes and Noble. Please be numerous to review it, as I value your feedback. I wish you all a nice and pleasant read!
Copyright by Isabelle Esling
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I added to direct links to Amazon and Barnes and Noble where you can find my book directly in the “buy my book” category for all of you who are interested in reading ” Eminem and the Detroit Rap Scene-White Kid In A Black Music World”…get your copy…I promise you a good read!