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I wrote this collection of inspirational, love and African-American poetry and rapoetry out of my own life experience. “Just Another Victim of the Streets I Live” is rap about my and my sister’s lives on the streets and our struggle for survival on our own. “Street Corner Blues” is about my life on the streets when I got kicked out on the streets. “Locked Down” is a rap about my life in lockdown, and how I came out of the devil’s bondage. “Poverty Livin’” is a rap about my poverty life. “The Plantation” is about how I became set free from a stressful job when they fired me. “The Ghetto” is a rap about what it’s like to live in the ghetto. Also included are “God Didn’t Bring Me This Far to Leave Me,” “A Jail Cell,” “Suicide,” and more.

Black as I Ever Was: Keepin' It Real "Rapoetry" by Sylvia Black

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Author
Sylvia Black
Publisher
America Star Books
Date of release
Pages
202
ISBN
9781606109854
Binding
Paperback
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Rating
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