The ironic part of the proposition that a hip-hop artist is gay is that hip-hop is based on ego, machismo, tough talking, swag, bagging bitches and all things hetero. So to even suggest that anyone affiliated with hip-hop is gay is tantamount to asking for an ass whooping.
Enter Terrance Dean and his memoir about the down low culture of Hollywood and hip-hop. Dean worked his way up in the entertainment industry from intern to executive, and his is a revealing chronicling of his coming out.
Here’s your chance to learn about the lives of undercover brothers.
Hiding in Hip-Hop is currently available.