Radio exec and producer Damizza has a revealing book about the west coast rap world we aren't seeing.
Months after Bruce Williams [click to read] penned his tell-all book Rollin' With Dre about experiences as Dr. Dre's best friend and former Aftermath Records employee, another west coast industry insider follows suit.
Damizza, best remembered for the hit 2000 hit with Shade Shiest, "Where I Wanna Be." Having also produced for TQ, Kurupt and Mariah Carey, Damizza was ranked by The Source Magazine as one of the five most powerful people in Hip Hop in 1999, with his ties to radio as the senior director of programming and artist relations at Power 106 in Los Angeles.
The book, titled Guilty By Association will explore 15 years of industry experience, with reported narrative about the behind-the-scenes goings on involving Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and The Game, among a host of others. The memoir will be co-written by Eric Burdon biographer J. Marshall Craig.
Guilty By Association is planned for December release.