First Lady Of Death Row Records, Jewell (@dareal_jewell) Releases “My Blood, My Sweat, My Tears” Book


Jewell Caples aka Jewell has released her highly anticipated and controversial novel “My Blood, My Sweat and My Tears”. The book was released on July 10, 2015 available as digital e-Book.

Jewell was once known as the first female R&B singer who signed to Death Row Records from 1992 to 1999. She was most known for her charting hit “Woman to Woman” from the Murder Was The Case soundtrack reaching 72nd on the Billboard Hot 100. Singing the infamous hooks on a lot of the seminal tracks that Death Row released in its heyday in the 90’s including Tupac’s Thug Passion, Dre’s Dre Day, and Snoop’s Gin & Juice.

Jewell is ready to take the industry by storm once again by releasing her revealing memoir that she claim’s has shocking material about the label’s history, with claims about Tupac Shakur’s death. She states, “I’m just telling some experiences that I went through when I was on Death Row that I’ve seen with my own eyes,” The book also touches on her childhood going back to her early days when she first began singing in the church choir. Her life has had so many scandalous twists and turns you have to get this book read it and absorb it to truly understand what this woman has been through. From being molested as a young girl to being raped as a teen and the attempted murder charges levied against her for shooting her infamous Blood gang leader boyfriend. The one thing this industry was not to Ms Jewell was “Loyal” and it shows by all the lies and deception that eventually ended here stint with Death Row. Everyone always asks “what happened to the lady who sang those hooks?” Well here she is, and who else to tell her story better than Jewell herself.

Jewell presents “My Blood, My Sweat and My Tears”, e-Book available on NOW!

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