The Art & Science of Respect: A Memoir by James Prince by James PrinceFor decades, serial entrepreneur James Prince presided over Rap-A-Lot Records, one of the first and most successful independent rap labels. In his memoir, he explains how he earned his reputation as one of the most respected men in Hip Hop. By staying true to his three principles of heart, loyalty, and commitment, and an unwavering faith in God, he has defeated many adversaries. Whether battling the systemic cycle of poverty, record label executives, boxing promoters, or corrupt DEA agents, Prince has always emerged victorious.
Respect isnt given, its earned. In recounting his compelling life story, Prince analyzes the art and science of earning respect - and giving respect - and how to apply these principles to your own life.
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Powered by WordPress. I always had respect for the two brothers Ronald and Bryan Williams hustle because anyone who is successful in this music business earns the respect. And I quote, "His family is my family. You gotta understand thats where Drake come into play. That came from J.
Mar 17, In this VladTV flashback, Yukmouth spoke on Rap-A-Lot Records head J. Prince, and also talked about how Prince earned his reputation in the.
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J Prince: A Chilling Story Told From a Guy Who tried to play around, HE learned to RESPECT J PRINCE
Prince has officially intervened in the ongoing beef between Pusha-T and Drake. The rare J. At , Drizzy recorded his first impression of the Houston, Texas-based mogul. What I do remember is like scenes from a movie: being in Houston on our way to a nightclub, being escorted by a motorcade [and] seas parting everywhere we were—all blatant signs of respect and admiration, and maybe even fear to be honest. But it added up to a man straight out of all of my favorite movies about power, loyalty, and respect. In the interview, Prince owns his pre-music past.