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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 0.00 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Mazaradi Fox Narrator: Cary Hite Publisher: Buck 50 Productions Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: November 2016 ISBN: 9781504772365
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The posthumous novel from legendary Queens rapper Mazaradi Fox, a member of 50 Cent’s G-Unit crew

Mazaradi Fox wrote this novel in 2013 during his incarceration at the Orleans Correctional Facility. The Game Don’t Change opens with DeMarco Jones’ escape from a juvenile detention facility. Successfully evading the law, DeMarco builds his reputation on the streets of Queens as a fearless and charismatic drug hustler. Though he is only sixteen, women of all ages can’t get enough of him. But DeMarco soon finds that he must battle ferociously to maintain his new kingpin status.

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  • The Game Don’t Change is a story from the streets, where life and death are closer than you think. Mazaradi Fox knew how to play the game better than most, and his life and experience shine through every page of this tough and unsentimental book. An instant classic of NYC thug life.”

    Prodigy, fellow Queens rapper and one half of the Mobb Deep duo

  • “DeMarco’s rise is meteoric, and his fall as fast and inevitable, in this tragic tale filled with street talk.”

    Publishers Weekly

  • “A gripping, gritty, riveting read from cover to cover.”

    Midwest Book Review

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About the Author

Mazaradi Fox (1971–2014), born Jamal Green, was a rap star who grew up in South Jamaica, Queens. Like childhood friend 50 Cent, Fox was in the streets from an early age—a situation that led to numerous incarcerations. It was during an eight-year prison stint that Fox made the decision to focus on his music. Upon his release, 50 Cent brought him over to his label, G-Unit Records. In January 2014 Fox was killed when a gunman in a black ski mask opened fire on an SUV he was in on Farmers Boulevard in his native borough.

About the Narrator

Cary Hite has performed in several theaters across the country as a cast member in the longest-running African American play in history, The Diary of Black Men. He also appeared in Edward II, Fences, Macbeth, Good Boys, Side Effects May Vary, and the indie feature The City Is Mine. He has voiced several projects for AudibleKids, including Souls Look Back in Wonder, From Slave Ship to Freedom Road, and Papa, Do You Love Me?