Almost there is a compelling true story of a young Rap Artist that went from Rapper & Producer to Record Company Executive. Ease takes you on a ride throughout his 20 year career as an Artist trying to break into the music industry. While on the road to achieving his dreams of success, Ease not only faces betrayal by trusted friends and record executives, but faces a test of this own courage in the near death experience in the mean streets of Cali.
The heartfelt autobiography shares Ease’s accomplishments as well as his down falls including the mistakes he make that may have cost him millions.
Intriguing and suspenseful, Ease gives u blow-by-blow details on his run-ins with the Feds and Drug Enforcement Agency investigating his label as a drug operation and front for money laundering, his brief encounters with LA music industry heavy weights Russell Simmons, M.C. Hammer, Ice-T, N.W.A and the last great Notorious B.I.G and Roger Troutman. Ease also shares his thoughts on the industry as a whole, and its design to keep Artists in debt. And last but not least, Ease hares his struggle and frustration of growing up in Dayton, Ohio once known as the Funk Capital of the world, having no outlets to the modern-day music scene.