Queen of Urban Prophecy

by Aya de León

Published by: Kensington

352 Pages, 5.50 x 8.25 in

  • ISBN: 9781496728623
  • On Sale: 08/31/2021
  • FICTION / African American / Contemporary Women

$15.95 (USD)

Stardom crashed like an avalanche onto this female rap artist. Now getting justice, real power, and true respect will be the hardest fight of her life...

20-year-old Deza has always thought she had men to thank for her rap career. Now she's headlining a major, first-ever all-female tour. With a lucrative clothing endorsement deal, she's taking full advantage of 24/7 partying, endless celebrity perks, and smoking hot men. Her behavior generates tour drama, and when her female DJ quits, the label
replaces her with the last thing Deza needs: the sexy male DJ she flirted with at a club.

As Deza starts to feel the effects of her choices, her label prepares to undermine the
all-female lineup in the name of mega-profits. Then her ex tells the press Deza was just a sexy front for his genius. And when a deadly disaster reveals the clothing company is using slave labor, Deza faces the ultimate reputation crash-and-burn. Now, up against brutal industry sexism and corporate big money, she'll need the drive she had as a scrappy emcee totake a stand--and put everything on the line to make change not just for herself, but for all