Join Author Lemar Ingram Feb. 20 at Books & Books, “Exploring The G-Code: A Hip-Hop Connoisseur’s Guide Through Corporate America”

Esteemed executive, entrepreneur, and hip-hop enthusiast Lemar Ingram is set to captivate audiences with a Fireside Chat at Books & Books( 3409 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove, FL 33133) on Feb. 20, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., offering insights from his latest book, “The G-Code: A Hip-Hop Connoisseur’s Guide Through Corporate America.”

Moderated by Florida Memorial University Professor Jefferson Noel, the event promises an engaging exploration of Ingram’s journey and the intersection of street-smart music with corporate strategies. Ingram will be available for book signings immediately following the discussion.

Ingram’s narrative is a testament to his unique journey, seamlessly blending the rhythms of street-smart music with business acumen. From his roots as a young music enthusiast to his rise as a flourishing tourism executive, Ingram’s story inspires readers to navigate the corporate landscape with the wisdom of hip-hop culture.

Drawing inspiration from legendary artists like Jay-Z and Nipsey Hussle, “The G-Code” offers a fresh perspective on success in corporate environments. Ingram’s fusion of street smarts, education, and professional experience provides invaluable insights for readers of all backgrounds.

Key Highlights of “The G-Code:”

  • Unique Concept: Inspired by iconic hip-hop artists, Ingram introduces corporate commandments that bridge urban cultural wisdom with contemporary business strategy.
  • Audiovisual Experience: Recognizing diverse learning preferences, “The G-Code” is available in softcover, hardback, and audiovisual formats, ensuring accessibility for everyone.
  • Unconventional Wisdom: Ingram challenges traditional notions by exploring the value of transferable skills from unconventional life experiences for success within corporate environments.

For more information and to obtain a copy of “The G-Code: Behind The Bars,” visit or your preferred bookstore.

About Books & Books

Founded in 1982 by Miami Beach native Mitchell Kaplan, the locally-based, independently-owned Books & Books was named Publishers’ Weekly Bookstore of the Year in 2015. Books & Books has grown from a 500 square-foot building in Coral Gables to become a Miami cultural pillar with five locations. Books & Books hosts more than 60 events each month, including virtual and in-person author talks and signings in both English and Spanish, book club discussions, programming for children and families and a variety of diverse community-based events in partnership with local civic, educational, and cultural organizations. Visit for more information.

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