Iceberg Slim Resurgence Continues: Documentary Coming To The Big Screen, Books Hit Shelves Via Cash Money

(AllHipHop News) The writings of critically acclaimed author Robert “Iceberg Slim” Beck continue to make its way to the mainstream, with the release of a new documentary and a new volume of books.

A variety of rappers are involved in bringing Iceberg Slim’s projects to the forefront in 2013.

Rap star Ice-T and longtime manager Jorge Hinjosa our executive producing a new documentary titled “Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp.”

The pair just inked a deal with Phase 4 Films which has acquired the US and Canadian rights to the documentary, which will be released to theaters in the spring.

“Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp” features a variety of rappers discussing Iceberg’s influence on their careers, including Snoop Dogg, Ice-T, Chris Rock and others.

The news of the film comes as Ronald “Slim” Williams and his brother Brian “Baby” Williams release Iceberg Slim’s novels to bookstores around the country.

The Williams brothers’ company Cash Money Content recently released the”Iceberg Slim Collection #1,” which is the first volume of e-books from Iceberg Slim.

The first three novels from Iceberg Slim have been rereleased: “Pimp: The Story of My Life” (1969), “Trick Baby” (1972), and his third novel, “Long White Con” (1977).

Cash Money Content has the rights to all of Iceberg Slim’s novels, and will release all seven over the next year.

The “Iceberg Slim Collection #1” is currently on sale for $19.99.

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22 Responses to “Iceberg Slim Resurgence Continues: Documentary Coming To The Big Screen, Books Hit Shelves Via Cash Money”

    • MiiUziWeighsATon

      Donny is the Godfather of Urban Tales…hands down….Whoreson, Swamp Thing, Eldorado Red, Never Die Alone, etc…too trill

      • EDOGZ818

        How you gonna forget “White man’s justice, Black Man’s grief” & the Kenyaotta Series? Still, Whoreson was a muddachucka!

        >>In Ric Flair’s Voice : Whoooah! WooooouhW WUUUUUUUUaaaaaHHH!

      • MiiUziWeighsATon

        No bullshyyt…Ving Rhames as Kenyatta….he perfect…Michael Clark Duncan woulda been even better but he gone…the Kenyatta series should be worked into a screenplay and put on the big screen…some powerful shyt….man, I haven’t read those books since I was a kid

      • imaman2012

        slim laid the ground work. so he’s the godfather and goines is the god son.

        after them there are no others.

  1. MiiUziWeighsATon

    Charles Avery Harris….Mackin’ Gangster…the truth…cop it if you can find it…he also has like two or three other books that follow up Mackin Gangster…if you can find them…Cop them…

  2. Adrian Barron

    I read PIMP by IceBerg Slim back in the gap when i was knee high to a fly – myG from Macramento, CA handed it to me its on my top 10 fiction up there with COLDEST WINTER EVER, and MOCKINGBIRD

    – i scrolled down and seen a few bruvah’s ranting about that KENYATTA book – imma have to google it see if i can come up for the low low

  3. C.H.

    Hip-Hop owes Donald Goines some mega bucks..90% of these artists have self crafted images based on what can be found on his books. Heck many have admitted to doing so.

  4. ß۞Ь¥ ҊɸЊŁѮ§Ե

    wen did cash money git da rites ta iceburg slim?! ya no dere so many slims out dere i aint no 1 fum anotha. i fot iceburg slim wuz a rapper who wuz shot & died.

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