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Brian J. Roberts was a portly, shy, bullied teenager who barely spoke–or graduated. ADHD stifled his focus, and labels like "lazy" demotivated him further. A recluse, Roberts was slipping down a self-destructive slope. In school, he was friendless. After graduation, he was penniless. But he was never pen-less.Roberts always wrote–on damp restaurant napkins, hotel notepads, sticky notes, anywhere, on anything. Then, once he had his confidence, he always spoke. All those words finally had a place to go. And oh, the places they would take him...

It's 2007.

Rolling Stone had a face-off between Kanye West and 50 Cent on the cover. Roberts was a high school sophomore and a budding rapper. So, to him, the two were icons.Fifteen years later, Roberts spent three days with West traveling across the U.S. They met face-to-face in a recording studio (pictured).No writer has had similar access.

50 Cent met Roberts in September of 2022.Today, 2,809,000 viewers worldwide have watched Roberts and 50 Cent's conversations on YouTube, and journalists at major media outlets, including–you guessed it–Rolling Stone, have covered them.On social media, tens of millions of viewers have watched clips from their interviews.

That love of words led to bylines in The New York Times, Forbes, Entrepreneur, CNBC, USA Today, HuffPost, Inc., and others.That love of words led to coverage in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and others.That love of words led to a coast-to-coast motorcycle ride across America, inside recording studios with Kanye West.That love of words led to trips abroad aboard yachts with billionaires in Monaco, raising a glass of bourbon with Matthew McConaughey over Zoom during COVID-19, exchanging play punches with Mike Tyson––and a Chief Communications Officer role at his $450M holding company.