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Dancing with the Devil, how Puff burned the bad boys of Hip-Hop: Dancing with the Devil: Volume 1 Paperback – 2 Feb 2009
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Dancing with the Devil He has recorded with the biggest stars in the music business. He wrote many of the hits that made Sean 'Puffy' Combs one of the richest men alive. On the surface, the multi-million dollar empire that Puff built looks like the stuff of dreams. But after working with Puff for a decade, Curry discovered that Bad Boy Entertainment is not, as Puff promised, a place where dreams come true. No, rather it is a shell game comprised of contracts designed to rob artists of their time, dreams and publishing rights. "Dancing With the Devil" reveals startling new details about key events in the fast paced, controversial (and sometimes deadly) world of Hip-Hop. In revealin...
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It was gripping and thoroughly interesting - It was fascinating to read about the background of Mark Curry and Puff, and about all of the questionable things that Puff has done. One of them being deliberately overselling tickets to a charity event, which result in the deaths of several teenagers. This book is an essential read if you want to know a bit more about how the music industry works, particularly the milti-million dollar Hip Hop industry. This book will show you that when it comes down to it, there are a lot of shady characters and badly minded people in the background making bad decisions and exploiting those below them. Some of the stories that Curry recounts are difficult to follow, but this is usually due to the collateral impact of everyone being interconnected. Overall, this was a very good read, and Curry successfully points out the exploitative nature of the man that cannot perform or rap - Puff.
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