Shopping Cart : 0 Items
 
Home    Books    California Schemin`: How Two Lads From Scotland Conned The Music Industry
California Schemin`: How Two Lads From Scotland Conned The M...
California Schemin`: How Two Lads From Scotland Conned The Music Industry
 
Write a Review
Author : Gavin Bain
Publisher : Simon & Schuster
ISBN# : 978-1-84737-555-1
Pages : 274
Price :INR 1080
Offer Price:INR 961
 
Out of Stock - On Order
Buy
 
Book Description
California Schemin` is the remarkable real life story of how two rappers from Dundee pretended to be two rappers from California and duped the record industry out of hundreds of thousands of pounds. Gavin Bain and Billy Boyd - or Silibil N` Brains, as they became known - were two ordinary Scottish boys who shared an extraordinary dream: to become rap superstars. Creating new identities for themselves, they persuaded the music industry that they were the latest hot young talent from California. Silibil N` Brains then lived out that lie for more than two years, securing an enormous record deal with Sony and being catapulted into the industry high-life, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Madonna, Eminem and D12. But, ironically, they could never actually deliver and promote the album that they were paid so much money to put together. As soon as they became famous they would be recognised by anyone who had known them in their former lives in Scotland and the dream would evaporate. As the pressure mounted, there would be disastrous consequences ...California Schemin` is a story of incredible highs and terrible lows, of doing whatever it takes to follow your dream.
 
DISCLAIMER
  • The book summary and image may vary as per the binding and edition available of the same title.
  • Book reviews are added by registered customers. They need not necessarily have read or bought the book.
  • These books are not available for reading online from this website or for free download in PDF or ebook format.
  • Price can change or vary due to reprinting, price change by publisher or sourcing cost change for imported books.
  • The presently available edition will only be supplied at the present best possible price.