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Straight Outta Compton, Straight Outta Compton, 0932511600, 0-932511-60-0, 978-0-932511-60-7, 9780932511607, , , Straight Outta Compton, 0932511619, 0-932511-61-9, 978-0-932511-61-4, 9780932511614,

Straight Outta Compton
by Ricardo Cortez Cruz

1992. 121 pp.
Price:  $22.95 t
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1992. 122 pp.
Price:  $14.95 t

Straight Outta Compton is about living large, living in the fast lane. It raps to its readers about being black, being born and raised in the L.A. ghetto, being so-called "Niggaz 4-Life," being sweet on black life (for those in it, the beat goes on). It focuses on the lives of two black men, Rooster and Clive-nem, who grow up together in Compton. He and Rooster split up, fall into rival gangs-the Bloods and the Crips-and being to hate each other. Clive has other problems besides Rooster-namely, Compton. He thinks that he's made a girl pregnant. He's involved with gangs. Straight Outta Compton samples from all aspects of black life in its search to have its characters find what rapper Heavy D. would call a, "Peaceful Journey." It wasn't just written; it was mixed by a DJ, and the result is hyped!

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