As previously reported Julia Beverly, former Publisher and Editor-in Chief OZONE Magazine, has been working on a biography of the late Pimp C for a couple of years now. According to HipHopDX after interviewing roughly 250 people, the book is just about complete and a release date has been announced.

Prior to her passing, Beverly worked closely with Pimp's mother and manager, Weslyn “Mama Wes” Monroe and of course Bun B, to insure the book would be authentic. The former Ozone exec also interviewed several friends and relatives like Snoop Dogg, Three 6 Mafia, 8Ball & MJG, the Geto Boys, Master P, David Banner, Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Ice-T, Goodie Mob, Lil Keke, Z-Ro, Trae, Webbie and Mannie Fresh and more.

Beverly said of the rapper, “People often remember Pimp C for his flamboyant style and controversial interviews, but few understand just how complex and talented he was and how connected he was to the success of many other artists,” adding “Initially, I felt this was an important project because he hadn’t received a proper tribute. The more I researched, I realized his story is one that needs to be told, and I’m in the perfect position to tell it.”

So be  on the look-out!   $WEET JONE$: Pimp C's Trill Life Story is slated to bit book shelves July 7, according to an Instagram post from pimpcbook.

The DX reports in addition to telling the story of Pimp C, whose real name was Chad Butler, Beverly gives readers the lowdown on Houston's music scene, economic and racial make-up and more.  At press time she said, "the book explores Houston’s dynamic music culture, the pitfalls of the entertainment industry, the economics and racial disparity of the massive Texas Criminal Justice system, the realities of the pimp/prostitute subculture and human trafficking, the hazards of drug abuse and much more.

Forbes put him in the #1 spot, naming Sean "Diddy" Combs the 2015 wealthiest rapper in the game.  After taxes Diddy earned an unbelievable $735 million last year.   Now AllHipHop reports the Bad Boy mogul is looking to make a return to music.  It's been five years since he drop his last LP Last Train to Paris.  However it looks like the wait is over, because outta nowhere Diddy revealed June 29, is the tentative date for his new project , MMM to drop on Instagram.

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