Wayne Perry Speaks From Prison


                In this candid interview orchestrated and brought to the world by Transitions writer/director/producer Hanibal Chancellor aka Big Hanman, Wayne Perry speaks from the penitentiary for the first time ever. This is a Gorilla Convict exclusive. Before you check out what ... [Continue Reading]

Transitions- Behind the Scenes


The web series Transitions has been generating a lot of hype on YouTube, Facebook and the Internet. Big Hanman, the creator, director and producer has put a lot of work into the series and has built it up organically through social media. He has pulled in actors like Anwun Glover from The Wire and has used a lot of locals from Washington DC to ... [Continue Reading]



They say that sex sells...so lame dudes is going gold...Everytime you turn on the radio..you're hearing some pure trash...Hip Hop went beyond mainstream...our culture is not the same....But not all of it is garbage..There are still some lyricists male & female who are extremely nice with the wordplay and spit that shit that makes one thinks ... [Continue Reading]

Rayful Edmond

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To many in his hometown of Washington, D.C., during his 1980s reign as the city’s biggest cocaine and crack dealer, Rayful Edmond was public enemy number one. At the height of Dodge City’s brutal crack epidemic in 1987, this 22-year-old man was responsible for distributing 60 percent of the cocaine that flooded the city’s streets. In the Chocolate ... [Continue Reading]

The Thug of Enforcement: The Story of the Rayful Edmond Crew

Washington, D.C. will forever be known as The Murder Capital of the United States because of the drug violence that jumped off during the crack era. The drug trade bred killers and Dodge City in the late-80s was a virtual war zone with bodies dropping on a daily basis. The shootouts, drive-bys and execution-style killings were reminiscent of the ... [Continue Reading]

Drug Empire Continues Behind Bars: The Rayful Edmond Story


In the 1990s, when the War on Drugs was in full tilt, one of the most notorious abuses of phone privileges in American prison history took place at USP Lewisburg, a Pennsylvania facility ran by the Bureau of Prisons. The feds said Rayful Edmond, a convicted drug lord from Washington DC, serving a life sentence, sold over 19,000 pounds of cocaine ... [Continue Reading]