Gorilla Convict

  • Hustling & Hip-Hop

Hustling & Hip-Hop

Legendary figures of the drug game have been the province of myth and hearsay until the rise of hip-hop. Cocaine or gangsta rap is crack era nostalgia taken to its extreme. Read these stories and interviews where hustling and hip-hop collide.

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  • October 24, 2011
To live by a code, to embody that ideal, to be the real deal that is death before dishonor. A lot of dudes talk about keeping it real and staying true ...
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  • October 24, 2011
50 Cent- gangsta rapper, multi-platinum artist, G-unit honcho, movie star, clothing line CEO, vitamin water pitchman, street lit publisher. Fifty seem ...
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  • October 24, 2011
Gorilla Convict writer Soul Man federal prison register #18205-083, is in the 12th year of a 25-year mandatory minimum sentence for dealing LSD [...] ...
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  • October 24, 2011
Homo-Thugs You see them in every prison. Homo-thugs. Creeping on the low. Acting like they’re gangstas. Going hard and then breaking weak. Swearing ...
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  • October 24, 2011
What constitutes a snitch? How far can one take it? When is telling not telling? In today’s world the lines aren't so clear cut and dried [...] ...
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  • October 23, 2011
The games people play. Games are ancient and each culture has their own rich traditions. Games have become a cornerstone of modern society, much so th ...
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  • October 21, 2011
“It’s always a struggle, and it’s always a beginning point, and the beginning point is the inner city. That’s where the guns go bang [...] ...