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NEW YORK, Oct 9, 2005 (UPI via COMTEX) -- Kevin Liles, a U.S. hip-hop record company executive, has written a book that says even accountants can get jiggy to achieve success.
The multimillionaire writes in "Make It Happen: The Hip-Hop Generation Guide to Success" that would-be tycoons could achieve their wildest ambitions by "embracing the struggle" and following the "hip-hop way," reported the Sunday Telegraph.
"The Donald (Trump) understands the hip-hop way of celebrating his identity," said Liles. "He makes his swagger work for him. Without that, he would just be another real estate developer."
Liles says hip-hop culture involves a work ethic that has the power to make dreams come true. He says his book provides advice not just for young rap music enthusiasts but for bored businessmen as well.
Copyright 2005 by United Press International