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My Voice by Angie Martinez

My Voice

My Voice by Angie Martinez
Mar 07, 2017 | 288 Pages
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“Conversations with Angie are always straightforward and in the moment. She interviews how she lives her life, openly and honestly. After everything she has experienced and everyone she has spoken with, this is just the first half of her story. It’s the right time for her memoir; she is a pioneer.”—Shawn “Jay Z” Carter
“Whenever New York has an opinion, Angie has always been the voice of reason—the voice we were waiting for to ask the right questions.”—Pharrell Williams
“Angie Martinez is a true friend and supporter of artists. She’s a businesswoman, a philanthropist, and a true champion of our culture who has forever altered the landscape of radio and hip-hop music.”—Jennifer Lopez
“I just love the way Angie Martinez handles herself in interviews. She’s the hip-hop Oprah for real.”—Nicki Minaj
“Angie Martinez is more than just the ‘Voice of New York.’ She embodies New York—strong, outspoken, hones, and real. Everyone in New York, the greater metropolitan area, and beyond would benefit from reading My Voice. It is a fascinating look at Angie’s life, her incredible career, and the evolution of the music business from her one-of-a-kind perspective.”—Senator Cory Booker
“Growing up as a Puerto Rican girl in New York City, I looked up to Angie, like so many other girls. She has been a positive and empowering influence in my life. I absolutely love this woman! Her own words in this book demonstrate why she is so loved and why her authenticity is so admired. My Voice does not disappoint!”—Adrienne Bailon

“Angie captures perfectly the essence of hip-hop in a genuine way. In a way that only a person who has lived it can.” – The Huffington Post  
“Her voice is a theme throughout the memoir, both literally and figuratively, with Angie painting detailed portraits of how she developed as a person and used not only her voice, but her experiences and perspectives to navigate life and remain honest to her truest self. It’s a must read.” – Complex

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