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Beat Deep Books readies, Faces of Rap Mothers - Book Two

DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C.'s Beat Deep Books Imprint release of, "Faces of Rap Mothers - Book Two," by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell is slated for release within the next 30 days after a COVID-19 delay.

CARTHAGE, N.C. - July 16, 2020 - PRLog -- "Faces of Rap Mothers - Book Two," by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell is a first of its kind collaborative compilation published by Beat Deep Books and shares gallery images with back-stories of women who are artists, business owners, relatives or mothers of Rap and Hip-Hop's most infamous Superstar Icons. Candy's minimalist approach, represents the important women who educated, nursed, represented, supported and upheld Rap and Hip-Hop through their shadowing of its Icons or self-exposure as artisans within the industry. These women rise, oftentimes in the shadows of Ultra-Famous Rap and Hip-Hop performers, who they love. One can only imagine being a cousin, niece, mother, sister or wife of an infamous personality. Quietly observing the rank and file within media, and the music industry, experiencing the waves of success involve with their ebbs and flows in the tides of life, the extreme highs and extreme lows of the path of stardom must inure even the strongest of these women; however, elements of soul remain at the core of their lives and it is demonstrated in, "Faces of Rap Mothers." Book Two introduces a suite of "new" Rap Mothers who share their stories and photographs with personal accounts of a new suite of "Rap and Hip-Hop Artists." The title was scheduled for release spring of 2020; however, COVID-19 delayed releases for a number of months. At this time, Beat Deep Books is preparing the title for release within the next thirty (30) days. This title will be available on major book retailer sites and at the publisher's website for greatest discounts. About the Author: Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell is the niece of a civil rights leader who worked directly alongside Dr. Martin Luther King. This may have resulted in her burgeoning interests as a human rights activist. Mrs. Mitchell has testified on Capitol Hill and aired in national news broadcasts regarding newsworthy topics. She is the creator and executive producer of "The Face of Rap Mothers," an affiliation of women leaders in the rap industry who work in unison to build better futures for humanity through entrepreneurial, solopreneur and philanthropic efforts. Candy is also the CEO of Black Cash Universal Studios Entertainment and her son is King Tha Rapper – she shares her story in an introductory chapter of, "Faces of Rap Mothers." To pre-order visit: All pre-orders are fulfilled first. Media Contact DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Special Markets 910-947-3189

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