Veteran hip-hop journalist Soren Baker has just released his first self-published book about his life in the hip-hop biz. The first is dubbed I’m The White Guy – The TECH N9NE Editon.
The book is the first in the series that documents the life of white rap journalist Soren Baker, who has a clipsheet of more than 2,200 articles published in esteemed publications such as the New York Times, the Chicago Tribute, and Rolling Stone to name a few.
The first release is “The Tech N9ne Edition”, where the writer/author discusses his relationship with Tech N9ne, his work with him over the years, and how they both used their status as outsiders in the rap industry as motivation to prove their doubters wrong.
“The book is the first in my I’m The White Guy series of books, which will feature photos of me with the rappers I’m writing about. ‘I’m The White Guy’ in the photos, hence the title,” Baker said of the project.
“The series will document my experiences with and insights regarding some of the biggest rappers on the planet. Tech N9ne’s new album arrives in stores tomorrow, so this is the perfect time to discuss Tech N9ne and his merit as an artist.”
Baker previously worked with Tech N9ne for the 2004 DVD documentary “T9X – The Tech N9ne Experience”, as well as the 2008 DVD/documentary “Tech N9ne – The Psychumentary.”
I’m The White Guy – The TECH N9NE Edition is available now for Amazon’s Kindle at Amazon.com.
You can follow Soren on Twitter @SorenBaker.