I love crossovers. You know, like when you smoke a bowl of fire with the fungus. Or when one of your favorite wrestling chicks ends up in porn. One of my earliest crossover experiences is something that may have once sounded like polar opposites: horror movies and hip hop. A surprisingly complementing mesh of horror movies and hardcore rap, horrorcore is associated with some of the most legendary names in the industry, including Tech N9ne, ICP, and Detroit’s own, Marshal Vontavious Mathers. If we traced the roots of horrorcore, it would lead us to the notorious Fifth Ward in Houston, Texas, the foundational headquarters of Rap-a-Lot Records and the Geto Boys. The Geto Boys showed a darker, even more violent side of gangsta rap with the introduction of the classic Assassins, a track that goes beyond gunplay with tales of decapitation and lyrics such as “kill that bitch like Freddy!” Forever late, I just recently learned that the original version of the song was performed by the original version of the group: The Ghetto Boys, with a lineup...
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Thug’s Passion: A Teaser

Five minutes later, Passion emerged from the bedroom sporting a long, bushy green robe that reminded Jo Jo of something his grandmother would wear every time she slipped it on. When she slid into the “erection stomper”, it typically signaled that the candy shop was closed for the evening, for shortly thereafter she’d slide into a pair of wooly pajamas and head for the sack. But it was in the middle of the summer, and the lustful gaze Passion shot him as she approached told an entirely different bedtime story. “What the hell you doin’ girl?” Jo Jo asked, flashing a toothy smile with Passion hovering over him. “I know you been waiting on this,” she replied, unfastening the robe belt.To his surprise, Jo Jo spotted Jasmine creeping up from the rear wearing a pink, slinky one piece that looked to only cover her nipples and clitoris. She moved in behind Passion, pulled her thick black locks aside, and sensuously licked the back of her neck, slowly sliding the robe from her friend’s shoulder. Passion played...
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45 Days of Erotica. Day 20. Thug’s Passion. Not to be confused with 20 other urban fiction books named “Thug Passion”, Thug’s Passion is a story I first wrote in 2005 and one of my all-time favorites. It was originally included in my double feature hood classic Dangerously In Love, and then sold to Silks Vault Publishing in electronic form shortly thereafter. I rereleased this book on my own last year, making it available on Amazon and wherever else ebooks are sold. So why do I love this story so much? Well, I wrote it, of course, but there’s also a lot of me and my girl, now my wife, in this one. While it’s not a true story by any means, I molded the main characters after me and my little Pam Bundy. Thug’s Passion is what I’d call a ghetto love story. A perfect blend of urban fiction and erotica. This story is hot all over, so it...
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