Well written book about life in the music industry. He did not name names as to who he has slept with but you can guess a few from how he has described them. Some parts he came across as having a big ego but all in all a good read.
I would say that this book is a definite good read. It kind of reminds me of Superhead's Video Vixen book without the use of names because it reads a bit like a list of stories about these down low celebrity men with parts of his personal life story woven in around the down low experiences. I enjoyed it mainly because it got me thinking about the different celebrities through the clues he gives. Anyway, if you want an interesting read give it a go.
I thought this book would have been more tastefully written and factual - giving more detailed accounts of the hip hop industry and how people really end up becoming a part of secretive subcultures within it - what is really going on here - rather than just lots of unneccessary sleaze.
Naming artists would have been better than making them up with false names - or at least making it more obvious who each character is supposed to be.