Tha Eastsidaz’ Big Trey Deee, Lench Mob’s J-Dee and Urban Lit Griot...

Tha Eastsidaz’ Big Trey Deee, Lench Mob’s J-Dee and Urban Lit Griot Anthony Barrow Go 3 The Hard Way with “Los Angeles Tymez: Urban Tales” Book Release

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Los Angeles – Tracey “Big Tray Deee” Davis, part of the Snoop Dogg’s legendary west coast rap group, Tha Eastsidaz, has not let a jail bid stop his flow. Neither has the founding member of Ice Cube’s Lench Mob’s, J-Dee who is also serving time. The former west coast rap legends have teamed with incarcerated urban lit griot Anthony Barrow to write “Los Angeles Tymez: Urban Tales,” the debut release from Tray Deee’s and Barrow’s joint venture, Ave Money Publishing. With a vision to shed light on the streets that they know and have experienced first-hand, the duo has also published Gregory Garrett’s “Not on my Block” via their imprint.


“Los Angeles Tymes: Urban Tales” is the second effort from Tray Deee and Barrow. Their first book, “Streetz Gon’ Cry,” from LeNoir Publications, was a fictional account of the King Crips and the Vernon Boys, who have an on-and-off rivalry. Writing from behind the walls of a state penitentiary, the street soldiers, alongside J-Dee, spin three tall tales of urban grit in “Los Angeles Tymez: Urban Tales” mixing sex, drugs and game like a Molotov cocktail, primed to set the reader’s imagination on fire.

With the additional release of author Gregory Garrett’s fourth book, “Not on my Block,” the team is working to position their publishing effort as a real force in the urban lit genre. “Not on my Block,” brings the pain as Garrett takes the reader inside the criminal minds of The Bottom Boyz, a group of hustla’s whose grind puts the ‘gr’ in grimy. Garrett gained his lit stripes with his prior books “Don’t Mix the Bitter with the Sweet,” “Playin’ for Keeps,” and “Pain Freak.”

Explains Tray Deee, “We are all the products of and respected factors in the inner city community, not just spectators aiming to exploit and profit from someone else’s hardships. We are not only in a position to deliver accurate depictions of street life, but we can also deter others from taking the destructive paths we have taken, as well as offer a home and access with our publishing company to potential writers who share our vision.”

In addition to forming and co-owning Ave Money Publishing, Tray Deee is not letting the music go. Soon to drop this year is “Long Beach State of Mind.” He is also due to be released from prison early next year.

For more information and to purchase books, go to http://www.avemoney-publishing.com/.

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