Veteran Canadian Rapper Maestro Fresh Wes Pens Self-Help/Memoir

(AllHipHop News) Canadian rapper Maestro Fresh has penned a new self-help book titled Stick to Your Vision: How to Get Past the Hurdles and the Haters to Get Where You Want to Be. The book, which has a forward written by Public Enemy’s Chuck D., is a memoir/self-help book that aims to give readers self-confidence and greater ambition. According to Maestro Fresh Wes, he began conceptualizing the concept for the book in the 1990’s and began writing his memoirs in 2008 with the help of his wife and co-author, Tamara Hendricks-Williams. Wes, who was the first Canadian rapper to achieve worldwide fame with the hit single “Let Your Backbone Slide,” which was the first Canadian Hip-Hop song to land on the Billboard charts. The book, which is titled after his 1998 hit single of the same name, is the first official release from Maestro Fresh Wes since 2000’s album, Ever Since.The veteran rapper is considering a return to the recording studio, thanks to the recent success of fellow Canadian, Drake, who also contributed to Stick to Your Vision. “I wouldn’t mind dropping a new one, man. I think Drake really kicked me in the butt to be like, yo, son, we can do this, you know,” Maestro Fresh Wes told the Toronto Star. “Regardless of whether it’s from an album perspective or what, but new music will be coming out.”Stick to Your Vision: How to Get Past the Hurdles and the Haters to Get Where You Want to Be is in stores now.

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