Impulse Urges and Fantasies

Impulse Urges and Fantasies : Life Is a Bag of Mixed Emotions - The True, Untold Story of Pioneer Hip Hop Artist Liaison Bee-Stinger

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This Book is based on the True Story of music industry hip hop liaison, the original Bee-Stinger from the Universal Zulu Nation from the Bronx, New York. In the book, Jr becomes a victim of innocence at a very young age who just wanted to be down with the in-crowd and becomes a victim of innocence with a mix of emotions that damaged him in ways no one would ever understand. (This true story touches on hip hop's biggest kept secret and how it damaged one of its victim's) Jr later in life growing up continues to get hurt by the people that he loved and trusted and it becomes unbearable between his relationships, to keeping his most inner secrets to himself that he falls into deep depression and then the unthinkable happens next...... In the Book, he talks about being on tour with the pop-rap group Snap ( I Got The Power), the hip-hop group ShowBiz & A.G. and more. " For a week straight every day I called Pam until this one day Pam picked up, "Look Jr you need to stop calling me," I don't what to hear nothing you have to say, it's over and let's leave it at that, please, let's just end it, she went on to say, "We been with each other for five years, and you were my very first," I will always remember that Pam told me. "Pam please wait" It has been so hard without you, I told her, Jr please don't do this, I'm going to hang up now, Just try to think about the good times we had OK? Pam told me, then she hung up the phone. That day, nothing else mattered, I was alone. The next day I felt I had nothing left, I went to the roof landing of my building and thought about ending it all." (Book is part of the ULULY brand)show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 11.18mm | 308.44g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514371839
  • 9781514371831

About Ronald Savage

Mr. Savage grew up as a young kid going by the nickname Bee-Stinger, he wanted to be down with the in-crowd, He later as a very young teen hanging out with Afrika Bambaataa and the main chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation (from Bronx River Houses in the Bronx) fell in love with Hip Hop. Mr. Savage's career in the music industry started when DJ Jazzy Jay had him working at Strong City Records as the DJ Record Pool Director working with artist like Def Duo, Busy Bee, Masters Of Ceremony, Ultimate Force just to name a few. His career took off after he left Strong City Records and started working for Dick Scott Entertainment, his first task was working a rap group Dick Scott was the Manager for named SNAP. Ron worked hand and hand with Arista Records to shoot Snaps single ''I Got The Power'' to the #2 spot on Billboard Hot 100 chart. The Rap group pushed its way to the #1 rap group in the world (SNAP was known for their #1 pop rap record worldwide ( I GOT THE POWER ). Mr. Savage has been fortunate to work with other rap groups just to name a few which were Doug E Fresh and Show Biz & A.G. before transitioning to public service. In February of 2005, Mr. Savage started the United Coalition Association, with the help of NYC Council Member Hon. Annabel Palma who was first elected to the New York City Council in 2004, and then Ron started addressing various community issues in the Bronx. In 2008 Mr. Savage was elected to the New York State Democratic Committee with the help of Former NY State Assemblyman Peter M. Rivera. Hon. Ron Savage was one of the most active members in the Bronx from 2008 -2012. In 2011 another one of his dreams came true when the NYC Library accepted his educational DVD "The Plan' into the NYC Library. He is very proud of this and is one of the very few people from the Bronx to have his work in the NYC Library. Ron also owns the Services Mark COLLEGE FAIR DAY. Ron Savage is making his mark in history."show more