"My Book of Chrymes" is a nonfiction chronicle of the abrasive experiences of independent recording artist and author, Freddy Will, whose real name is Wilfred Kanu, Jr. This book unearthed intense moments of his life that inspired gritty lyrics which he has intrinsically woven into his album, "While I'm Still Young... The Talking Drums 1.2v." Ultimately cast into the streets of West Africa and the United States of America, Freddy Will talks about his hustle and how he got trained in phlebotomy. In Africa, he found solace in reggae playing ghetto slums where his involvement in music drew lifelong friendships...
This book was published on August 11, 2009, by Soul Asylum Poetry & Publishing!
"The Dark Road From Romarong" is a true story of how a country, named Romarong traveled on a very dark path to become the West African nation of Sierra Leone. Early tribes migrated from Sudan and the Northern Sahara and assembled in the rainforest in and around Romarong to accommodate their families, build their settlements, grow their crops and trade. This book unveils the sophistication of lost medieval African Empires..."
Soul Asylum Poetry & Publishing released this book on October 10, 2010.
"In 2014 he published his third book and released his third studio album under his second record label, Swift Nights Ent. What are the driving force behind its music, slang, fashion, art, cuisine and entrepreneurial spirit? Why are there biases against it? Why is it influential? Is there a generational gap? Negative stereotypes about people who live Hip Hop and play loud rap music prove a bias, far more than a myth. Those who turn to crime do so as a result of social and economic disenfranchisement due to racism, poverty..."
Soul Asylum Poetry & Publishing released this book on November 22, 2014.
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