Mr. Cheeks is a Grammy Award winning rapper best known for his work with the musical group Lost Boyz, and his career as a solo artist.
“This is a great book and will help teach you how to survive in jail. This for people who got caught in a jam, made some bad choices, maybe even took a wrong turn and ended up in a bad situation and it teaches the families how to be positive in a bad situation. It is prison survival 101.”
Mr. Cheeks LBFam
Hip Hop Artist
Capone is one half of C-N-N, an American hip hop duo formed in 1995, from Queens, New York City, New York. The duo is composed of East Coast rappers Capone and Noreaga.
“I want to let you know about a great book with great reading content. You can get it on Amazon or PrisonSurvivalSecrets.com. Wherever you go to get your books, please check out this Prison Guide. I read it, I loved it. Keep it up, Angelo!”
Cuban Link, is a Cuban American rapper and original member of Terror Squad (group).
“You already know. It’s a guide for after you get out of jail, how to stay on a positive road, get that money, stay out here and contribute to society.
Tragedy Khadafi is a rapper and producer who hails from the Queensbridge Housing Projects in Queens, New York, who helped spawn other hip hop artists such as Nas, Cormega, Mobb Deep, Capone-N-Noreaga, and many others both through production and influence. According to an editorial review on Amazon.com, he was responsible for coining the term “illmatic” in 1988, nearly 6 years before Illmatic, multi-platinum rapper Nas’s debut album.
“I don’t endorse a lot of things so for me to get behind something, it’s authentic, original, real and sincere. This book right here is like a manual to come home safe. A lot of ya’ll praise me for my lyrics, my message, and my overall movement in music but that never came at an easy price. Unfortunately, I have been through the prison system. It’s very important we understand the consequences and what you must do to survive, to come home not just in one piece, but to come home better. This is something you need to read.”
Rapper and Producer
Psycho Les- The Beatnuts are a New York-based hip hop group and production duo from Queens, New York City. Its current members are JuJu and Psycho Les. JuJu (born Jerry Tineo on December 4, 1968) is Dominican American from Corona and Psycho Les (born Lester Fernandez on April 10, 1972) is a Colombian American from Jackson Heights. The Beatnuts are the only Latino members of the Native Tongues collective. Although only peripheral members, they are routinely acknowledged by Q-Tip. The Beatnuts were originally a trio before Kool Fashion, now known as Al’ Tariq, left the group to start a solo career. The Mighty V.I.C. (Groove Merchantz, Ghetto Pros) was also a member of The Beatnuts’ production team for a while.
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DoItAll Dupré- from the Lords of the Underground (L.O.T.U.G.) is a hip-hop trio based in Newark, New Jersey. MCs Mr. Funke and DoItAll Dupré met DJ Lord Jazz when all three were undergraduates at Shaw University.
The group released their debut album, Here Come the Lords on March 9, 1993. The album peaked at 66 on the Billboard 200 and featured five charting singles, including the group’s signature song, “Chief Rocka”.
The group released their second album, Keepers of the Funk the following year on November 1, 1994. Keepers of the Funk peaked at 47 on the Billboard 200 and featured three charting singles, the most successful of which was “Tic Toc”.
They reunited for a third album with 1999’s Resurrection.
The Lords are best remembered in connection with the golden age of hip hop. As such, when Nas decided in 2007 to do a remix of his song “Where Are They Now?”, which asked of the fates of several long-forgotten golden age rappers, the Lords were among those requested to appear. DoItAll Dupré performed eight bars on the track.
DoItAll appeared briefly in the final scene of the final episode of The Sopranos credited as Du Kelly, as one of a series of potentially ominous figures entering the diner. He also appeared on other TV shows; Law & Order as Two Tone, on Oz the HBO series, and on the Christmas episode of 30 Rock on NBC (2008). He has also been in independent movies such as Somewhere in the City with Bai Ling, Rhyme & Reason, and with Treach of Naughty By Nature. He has also starred in an off Broadway play entitled Diss, Diss, & Diss, Dat.
“If you do happen to go to prison, or if you are coming out of prison, this is a book you need to have”
Large Professor (Harlem, New York. USA), also known as Large Pro and Xtra P, is a New York City-based hip hop rapper and record producer. He is also best known as a founding member of the influential underground hip hop group Main Source, and as mentor and frequent collaborator of Nas. About.com ranked Large Professor #5 on its Top 50 Hip-Hop Producers list.
“It’s Professor here talking Prison Guide. It gives you tips on how to survive and how to get a job after prison. Check for that. Peace”
Tek- Smif-n-Wessun (aka Cocoa Brovaz) is a hip hop duo consisting of members Tek and Steele. Smif-n-Wessun comprise two-eighths of the Brownsville, Brooklyn supergroup Boot Camp Clik, with Buckshot, Heltah Skeltah and O.G.C. Both members are known for their Jamaican Patois during their raps, which was more evident during the earlier stages of their career.
“Coming to you straight from the hood, Prison Guide gives you safety tips on how to survive in prison and how to get a job and handle yourself. Make sure you check it out!”
Noreaga, N.O.R.E. and is an American hip hop and reggaeton recording artist from Queens, New York City. N.O.R.E. is perhaps best known for being one half of the East Coast hip hop duo Capone-N-Noreaga (C-N-N), alongside fellow Queens-based rapper Capone, as well as his solo singles “Superthug”, “Banned from T.V.”, “Nothin‘“, “Oye Mi Canto” and “Mas Maiz”, among several others. In June 2011, it was announced N.O.R.E. partnered with fellow American rapper Busta Rhymes’ Conglomerate label, where he released his 2013 album Student of the Game, issued under E1 Music. N.O.R.E. is also chief executive officer (CEO) of his own imprint, Militainment Business.
Rapper & Raggeton Artist
CEO Militainment Business
Royal Flush is an American East Coast rapper from Flushing, New York. He appeared on many songs with Mike Geronimo, Noreaga, Buckwild, L.E.S., Da Beatminerz, and received critical acclaim. His second album Street Boss was released in 2005.
“This book is a guide about life and it explains how to come home safe. You don’t have to be a gangster, this explains how to survive and tells you what you must go through. You can pick it up on Amazon.com by Angelo Pisano. Read this, realize what’s real, and support what’s right.”
Illa Ghee possesses a unique blend of hardcore lyrics to go along with a veteran’s delivery, and a street savvy flow. This BK native makes the smooth transition from street Pharmacist to rising MC stardom and is poised for a quiet takeover.
“This is a very important book because it will tell you places that hire felons -which is very important out here. Angelo is doing great work providing information with transitions, not just on the inside, but also tell you where to go when you get out. I am the last person to sponsor anything but this is important- definitely.”
Sean Price is an American rapper and member of the hip hop supergroups Boot Camp Clik and Random Axe with Guilty Simpson and producer Black Milk. He came to fame as one-half of the duo Heltah Skeltah, performing under the name Ruckus, or in short Ruck, along with partner Rock. He also is featured in the video game NBA 2K11 as a playable character in street mode.
Sean Price has been interviewed on the online series Grand Angel TV in 2008 and 2010, with Paid Dues performance footage alongside Boot Camp Clik and Dru Ha, respectively.
“Undisputed, this book has a positive message and gives critical information so people can live comfortably in jail.”
Cooler Ruler Divine is the lead producer on the legendary Lost Boyz album, “Legal Drug Money” and wrote the hook to Renee, “ghetto love is the law that we live by”.
“Without hesitation, Angelo’s book is impactful and very necessary for the times we live in.”
Cooler Ruler Divine
Producer Extraordinaire at Queens Symph Recording