Corporate Corner Boyz

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Christopher Black, known to the streets as Chief, is feared in the hood of North Philadelphia. Brandon, his right hand man is an Ivy League graduate. Together they form Indigo Records, a lucrative recording company that goes from lukewarm to hot in a matter of a year by serving platinum artists from around the country. Their friendship was simple; Chris watched Brandon's back in the streets and Brandon watched Chris' in the boardroom. Things begin to unravel when Brandon meets Mia, a well established model from ...
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Overview

Christopher Black, known to the streets as Chief, is feared in the hood of North Philadelphia. Brandon, his right hand man is an Ivy League graduate. Together they form Indigo Records, a lucrative recording company that goes from lukewarm to hot in a matter of a year by serving platinum artists from around the country. Their friendship was simple; Chris watched Brandon's back in the streets and Brandon watched Chris' in the boardroom. Things begin to unravel when Brandon meets Mia, a well established model from the suburbs of Philadelphia whose beauty has graced the covers of many a glamour magazine. However, keeping Mia on his arm becomes an expensive endeavor for Brandon leaving him with an almost non-existent bank account and a condo in foreclosure. Determined not to be broke, vows of friendship are tested when Brandon decides to take things into his own hands and sells the record label behind Chris' back.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781933967516
  • Publisher: Urban Books
  • Publication date: 8/1/2008
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 5.64 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.72 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2008

    A Different Kind of Urban Tale

    Corporate Corner Boyz is the perfect portrayl of it's title. Brandon and Chris grew up together and Brandon goes on to college and uses his street smarts and education to his advantage. Chris on the other hand, is a vicious carefree spirit who has issues he is dealing with from his past. He's caught up in two relastionships and does not know who to choose. Brandon meets Mia and finds himself in love with her money. He plans to cash in on Mia's wealth but finds himself in financial trouble trying to impress her. Brandon and Chris's friendship is ruined when Chris decides to do the inthinkable. Brandon seeks revenge and money becaomse the root of thier evil. Corporate Corner Boyz had several twists and turns. I enjoyed the book and I look forward the her next title. Good job on this one!

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