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Mental Health Raps: Bipolar Raps to Recovery inspired by Ice Cube, Eminem, Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg and all other great rappers

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Description Amongst Jason's rap and hip hop influences are Ice T, NWA, De La Soul, PM Dawn, Eminem, Dr Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Ice Cube, Naughty By Nature, Sugar Hill Gang, 2 Pac, Notorious Big. Jason sees rap and hip hop as a potential force for social good. About the Author Jason Pegler is known internationally for his work as a social entrepreneur. He was born in 1975. He was diagnosed with manic depression in 1992. This is his sixth book. He is the author of 'A Can of Madness', 'Curing Madness', 'The Ultimate Guide To Well Being' and 'Mental Health Publishing and Empowerment'. His first three books can be bought together in the trilogy Bipolar, Recovery and NLP. Jason is the CEO of Chipmunkapublishing and Co-Founder of The Chipmunka Foundation. He dedicates his life to empowering people with mental health issues so that they can fulfill their potential and help others. Book Extract Why a rap book? I have always been inspired by music and rap has always been one of my favourite genre's. When I first heard NWA in 1988 I started to love rap. I liked the testerone pumped music and the wordplay and also the powerful messages you can convey in raps just as you can in stories. The creativity and word play made me write one or two raps straight away and always made me interested in the music. I wrote a lot of poems/raps in 1992 when I was seventeen. A couple of thousand actually but through them all away when I was manic.. Price: $18.00

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