"I done flipped 'em, dropped 'em, pimped 'em, ho'd 'em, fucked 'em, fought 'em, tricked 'em, taught 'em - on this blade here. I done roped 'em, doped 'em, coached 'em, poked 'em and brought out hope en dem - on this blade here. I done tried 'em, pried 'em, coked 'em, smoked 'em, all out loked dem, till there was no work fo dem - on this blade here. So don't confuse the muse, wit dem no good fools, who abuse the tools they done not learned to use. Don't lesser the professor, for skills he injectures, I'n a citizen of choice, who chose to choose, a profession of ne-ces-sity. This mental soduko was born in me, this tongue tyranny I'm forced to be, this pimp game was blessed to me." Prime Minister Primo Velasquez circa 2001 On the streets; is where good and bad, right and wrong is taught, and truly learned. For Terrell Pow school is in, and his teacher, Primo is one move, one ho, and one hostage, away from bringin' out the best in him. This summer aspirations of fame and stardom will take on a whole new meaning as Hollywood takes a back seat to gettin' money on the streets of L.A. "...This story jabs quick and punches hard. I would call the author crazy if it wasn't that it's based on a true story! The fact that there's a pimp as insane as Primo out there turning corners somewhere in L.A. is enough to lock up your wife, your mother, your grandmother and your daughters, until they're old and gray! Except for the fact that Primo proves not even that would stop him from trying to ho them out!..."