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Here's what happens when you give kids markers and ask them to draw hip-hop legends

In his new column, award-winning goofball Shea Serrano, whose recent exploits include Bun B's Rapper Coloring and Activity Book, writes about his life and times.

I am working on a new book. I cannot say too much about it yet, other than it's with the same company that published Bun B's Rap Coloring And Activity Book, it will be a real actual book with real actual words, and illustrations and charts and stickers and all sorts of other neat stuffs, and I have until November to finish it, which means that every day until then I will be overcome with infinity pressure, which means that sometime around July I'll place my head in an oven and never be heard from again.

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Shea Serrano