Danny Boy grew up on one of the most influential record labels in the history of rap music. As the adopted son of Suge Knight, Danny rubbed elbows with the best of the best in the music industry. He sang for Teena Marie, collaborated with Lisa Left Eye Lopes, and formed a friendship with Jodeci members, K-Ci and JoJo. He witnessed both the rise and fall of Death Row Records, traveled with Suge and Tupac, and performed with some of the greatest musicians of all times. Danny is probably most widely known for "I Ain't Mad at Cha," the iconic song he recorded with the late Tupac Shakur. But there's more to his story. In this autobiography, he shares his secrets, his heartaches, and loves; he takes the reader on a journey that is unforgettable.
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Stranded On Death Row: The Autobiography of Danny Boy Steward based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I remember the day Dawreck and I scooped up Danny Boy and he came to do a feature on Wrecks track 'Keep It 100'. Not only was he comfortable and in the zone but I can never forget his voice! I was happy to support and read this book. It gave me chills and inspired me! Keep doing your thing! ~Lori D