Big & Beautiful Women (BBWs) can no longer say that there's not an artist, musician, poet, rapper, author, screenwriter and entrepreneur with them in mind. This compilation distorts that myth altogether. He does not refer to himself as a BBW Rapper as most in the field do. He was rappin' well before he heard anything about BBW Rap. He's been writing poetry and songs for his kind of women since he was a teenager at 15 in the Los Angeles area where he gathered his foundational writing skills.
Pay Day the Author/Julian Hill is a native of Washington, DC. He now resides in Georgia where the ideas still come at almost age 43. Poems & Songs 4 Big Girls displays affection for Curvy BBWs not only in relationships. But also as humans and women. This is important to understand, especially for Black Curvy BBWs. Society has played the tune of downplaying such affection because it probably doesn't quite understand how men are attracted to larger women in general. Perhaps they should consider their own mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, children and other family members.
Easy to follow melodies because Pay Day gives you the songs he used to compose his arrangement. The poetry comes from both the heart of Julian Hill as well as the imagination in characters' first-person voices. Please know the difference between Julian speaking and one of his characters. Plus size culture is experiencing a new of innovative thoughts and ideas along with business opportunities for film and video.
Once you read this book in a class setting taught by Julian, you'll further comprehend why this anthology stands out in his original works. Big Girls should smile when possible; cry at times of joy and peace; and never be afraid of thinking outside the box. That's when life prepares you for growth and development, if interested. Take hints from Pay Day the Author or simply Pay Day. He'll keep you in a dynamic groove.
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About the Author
Note that the majority of his published material has an explicit nature. It's not intended for child-consumption. Therefore, as adults, we are responsible for storing materials in safe places where children won't be harmed by reading materials that are for adults only.