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The Hip Hop Generation: Hip Hop's Kings and Queens
Royalty from Dr. Dre to Queen Latifah.
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Title: Hip Hop Divas
Publisher: Three Rivers Press (2001)
Call Number: 784.54 H611h
Notes: The women of hip hop.

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Title: Whatever You Say I Am: The Life and Times of Eminem
Author: Bozza, Anthony
Publisher: Crown Publishers (2003)
Call Number: 784.5009 Em47b
Notes: The popular and controversial white rapper.

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Title: E.A.R.L. : Ever Always Real Life : The Autobiography of DMX
Author: DMX
Publisher: HarperEntertainment (2002)
Call Number: 784.5009 D1e2
Notes: One of rap's most popular figures, and best-selling artists.

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Title: You Forgot About DRE!
Author: Kenyatta, Kelly
Publisher: Busta Books (2000)
Call Number: 784.5009 D81k
Notes: The unauthorized biography of Dr. Dre from NWA to Slim Shady, a tale of gangsta rap, violence and hit records.

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Title: Ladies First: Revelations of a Strong Woman
Author: Latifah, Queen
Publisher: Quill (2000)
Call Number: 158.1082 L349L2
Notes: Thoughts from the multi-talented hip hop diva.

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Title: Hip Hop Immortals
Author: Malone, Boaz
Publisher: Thunder's Mouth Press : Distributed by Publishers (2003)
Call Number: 784.5009 M297h
Notes: Photographs of hip hop artists striking dramatic poses.

Title: Hey Ya: The Unauthorized Biography of OutKast
Author: Nickson, Chris
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (2004)
Call Number: 784.54 Ou85n
Notes: The award-winning duo OutKast won three Grammy Awards in 2004.