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Demons in Hip Hop: Blood, Sex, and Magic

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Length: 82 pages1 hour

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What if there is something far worse than Secret Societies controlling the Music Industry? Could it be possible that the conspiracy theorists are at least partly correct about the hidden agendas of the Entertainment elite? These probabilities become frightening realities in “Demons in Hip Hop: Blood, Sex, and Magic” by Soma Marba. In this book Vampires, Succubi, and Ghosts mix and mingle with humans in a battle for fame, wealth, and most importantly Power. We are introduced to Jazz Fanome the completely unfamous sister of a very popular singer. Jazz gives Apache his shot at love and fame. Will he forget Jazz as he is pulled deeper into a world that demands more than talent for one to survive.

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