5 Hip-Hop Tell-All Books Filled With Dirty Secrets
January 21, 2013 - 6:35 pm
Confessions of a Video Vixen
When Karrine Steffans a.k.a. Super Head penned her 2005 Confessions of a Video Vixen, she turned the hip-hop industry on its head (literally). The former “model” whose resume included music videos like Jay-Z’s “Hey Papi” and Mystikal’s “Danger,” put all of your favorite rappers (e.g. Jay-Z, Ja Rule, Diddy, DMX) on super blast by airing out their bedroom stories. From video vixen to New York Times Bestselling author; Super Head wrote the blueprint.
I’m with the Band
Bow down to the queen of musician groupies. Pamela Des Barres’ I'm with the Band: Confessions of a Groupie, released in 1987, listed a who’s who of rock icons that she was with. From traveling with Led Zeppelin to affairs with Mick Jagger, Jim Morrison and countless others over the course of 15 years, Pamela’s book is considered one of the best tell-alls in music.