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Rayful Edmond

By Mike Enemigo Rayful Edmond III (born November 26, 1964) was a drug trafficker in Washington, D.C. in the 1980s. Edmond is largely credited with having introduced crack cocaine into the Washington, D.C. area during the crack epidemic, resulting in an escalating crime rate in the city which became known as the “murder capital of […]

How to Get Rich from Rapping

By Mike Enemigo You wanna be a top-dog rapper, right? And you never want to work a day again when you finally make it, right? I already know: You wanna get rich from rappin and live your wildest dreams. This article is about having the mindset that is going to allow you to get rich, […]

Murder Rap: The Life and Murder of Mac Dre

By Mike Enemigo Mac Dre is one of the Bay Area’s most beloved hip-hop figures of all time. Born Andre Hicks on July 5, 1970, in Oakland, California, he was raised in Vallejo, California in the Country Club Crest neighborhood, often called “The Crest,” or “Crest Side” by its residents. At the time of Dre’s […]

Shaka Senghor: Writing My Wrongs

By Mike Enemigo Shaka grew up on the east side of Detroit in the same neighborhood as street legends The Best Friends, Chambers Brothers, and White Boy Rick, where he sold crack during the 80s. After getting shot on March 8, 1990, Shaka became paranoid and vowed to never leave home without his gun. He […]

Donald Goines: The Black Gangster

By Mike Enemigo Donald Goines is considered by many to be the Godfather of street lit. Many of today’s street-lit stars including Kwame “Dutch” Teague, have been inspired by him. Born in Detroit to a relatively comfortable family, he attended Catholic elementary school and was expected to go into his family’s dry-cleaning business. Instead, after […]

Mike Enemigo Interview Incarcerated Author Minister

Mike: Introduce yourself to the people. Who are you, where are you from? The Minister: They call me Minister. I’m from East Oakland [California]. How was life growing up in East Oakland? For me, life wasn’t about if you would jump off the porch, into the Game. The question was when you would make that […]

Pretty Girls Love Bad Boys: Sometimes, it Only Takes Three Words… I Love You!

By KING GURU Pretty Girls, a lot happens in prison that we won’t always tell you about. Whether it’s about our egos, or protecting you from the harsh realities of prison-life, our censorship is never meant to hurt you. What you need to know is that there will be times when the pressure in here […]

Pretty Girls Love Bad Boys: Women Are Unable to Separate Recreational Sex from Emotions

By King Guru Sex: Physical sexual contact between individuals that involves the genitalia. Emotions: Intense feelings (feelings like love and hate). In my search to dissect and then explain the science of cultivating long-term relationships between incarcerated men and free women, I’ve come to a specific conclusion when it comes to women and sex. When […]

Mike Enemigo’s Exclusive Interview with Incarcerated Street-Lit Legend Kwame Teague, aka Dutch

Iceberg Slim is credited with creating the street-lit genre with his 1967 autobiography Pimp: The Story of My Life, and though he sold over 6 million books before his death in 1992, it was Donald Goines who really ran with the genre. Goines, after learning about Iceberg Slim’s book Pimp while serving time in prison, […]

Pretty Girls Love Bad Boys: The Truth About Intimate Relationships Between Incarcerated Men and Free Women

Pretty Girls Love Bad Boys

By King Guru I’m writing this missive directly to all the Pretty Girls who’re in love with, or who’re contemplating opening the door to their heart for a Bad Boy to enter. When females open one of my PRETTY GIRLS LOVE BAD BOYS books, the first thing that seems to come to their mind is […]