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The Big Payback by Dan Charnas

Rolling Stone magazine gave it four stars. The New York Daily News called it “as gripping and dense as a prime Jay-Z rhyme.” Entertainment Weekly put it on their “Must List” for the holidays.

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Dan Charnas, author of The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip-Hop, is the managing editor of InteractiveOne. Charnas, a Pulitzer Prize Fellow, was one of the first writers for the Source magazine and part of the generation of young writers who helped create hip-hop journalism. His writing has appeared in the Village Voice, the Washington Post, GIANT, and newspapers around the country. He spent 15 years in the music business, starting in the mailroom of Profile Records in the late 80s, and was VP of A&R for Rick Rubin’s American Recordings.

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