"This is an excellent forum for artist such as, Jim Jones, Lupe Fiasco, Nelly, The Cool Kids, Ludacris, Game, Ron Brown, or even John Legend, Chris Brown, Neyo to continue to showcase their talent in this type of production. Since this is a whole new frontier the potential to expand Hip Hop and Entertainment through EveryDay Life could be unlimited.” says Hardie. Through EveryDay Life, Hardie manages to drop some of the most potent verses in Hip-Hop and what is sure to be one of the most provocative books of the millennium. Hardie is a Long Beach native, who in his first book seems to have mastered show and tell comedy.
Hardie’s book serves up an unorthodox mixture of moralism, music, mockery, drama, perspective and some good fun and makes it easily digestible. Hardie’s thoughtful passion does not soften his presentation of drug usage, promiscuity, politics, or even father’s responsibility. But Hardie does not waste time lingering over these issues, nor does he wish them away, what he does do is something quite profound in this day-and-age, He actually allows the characters to discuss them.
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EveryDay Life is a new contemporary piece of urban literature. And it is out everywhere. EveryDay Life is bound to spawn copy-cats but remember that MG Hardie was the first to allow Hip Hip to be Read with EveryDay Life.