Faces of Rap Mothers - Book One, Trade Color:
Growing up with family woven in the civil rights fabric of Dr. Martin Luther King is a blessing Candy was befitted by and resulted in her own human and civil rights interests. As an advocate, Candy testified on Capitol Hill and aired on news broadcasts to aid the plight of others. She has remained involved in media and entertainment as CEO of Black Cash Records and Faces of Rap Mothers Show. Noting an interest in rap and hip-hop, Candy created this book series.
She supports better futures through entrepreneurial and solopreneurial efforts and her own daughter and son (HONEY and KING THA RAPPER) are rap and hip-hop artists. Candy asks readers to enjoy these glimpses into the day-to-day lives of Rap and Hip-Hop's Superstar shared in, Faces of Rap Mothers - Volume I.
Her second book titled, Help Me Be Good: First Day At A New School, releases Christmas 2019 and is a children's reader. The next volume of Faces of Rap Mothers releases spring of 2020.