Jerome C. Wise
These are the rhythms of Black poetry gumbo: art, Enslavement, Hip-Hop music, Black cultural experiences, poverty, and social injustice in America.The source material here, was written by a native son of the earlier Hip Hop era through the 90s; inspired by the people who proceeded him, the author worked over-time, pumping out pages of passionate storytelling.
Captured in 107 pages of organic, soulful rhymes, readers are transported through time and back again—a poetic novelty, baked by a Black American.
Work we've done
Let's make some magic together
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