n light of his new Deadest Rapper Alive book focusing heavily on Lil Wayne, SOHH decided to hit up author Pastor Jomo K. Johnson to find out why he decided to target Weezy instead of equally hated stars like Jay-Z.
Jomo claims Wayne's age has had a bigger impact on youth than a music mogul like Young Hov.
"I've been a fan of hip-hop for most of my life and I'm only 31," Jomo told SOHH. "I've never seen an artist who has had the impact, influence and just overall…
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In 1995, artist Ronald ‘Riskie’ Brent caught the attention of Death Row CEO and rap mogul Suge Knight, who introduced him to Tupac Shakur. Riskie’s first project for Death Row was the insert for Tupac’s renowned album- ‘All Eyez On Me’. Based on the quality of his first assignment, Riskie was commissioned to complete the album cover for one of the most illest and influential albums in Hip Hop- Tupac’s ‘Makaveli: The 7 day Theory’. Tupac informed Riskie of his vision for the album…Continue
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