Vibe

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Vibe is the lifestyle guide to urban music and culture including celebrities, fashion, beauty, consumer electronics, automotive, personal care/grooming, and, always, music. Edited for a multicultural audience Vibe creates trends as much as records them.
  

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Contents

"Focus".
38
Poems (Single works)
New Edition
41
Compact discs (Marketing), Compact disc covers (Design), Recording industry (Finance)
Look at the Grillz
44
Mug shots, Rap musicians (Photographs, Crime), Motion pictures (Casting)
Bobbito Plays the Tracks. Styles P States the Facts
46
Styles P (Musician) (American rapper) (Interviews), Black music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
White Chicks
50
Tony Yayo (American rapper) (Humor, satire, etc), White women (Humor, satire, etc), United States (Race relations, Humor, satire, etc)
Faith
96
Faith Evans (American singer and songwriter.), Notorious B.I.G. (Musician) (American rap musician.)
You Don't Know Joe
108
Fat Joe (American rapper.)
Time Out
114
Beenie Man (Jamaican reggae singer) (Interviews)
Art Attack
123
Art, American (21st century)
The Propmaster
124
Franklin Sirmans (American art critic.)

Money is a Major Issue
52
Bert Padell (lawyer and business manager); 1933- (Interviews), Rap musicians (Economic conditions)
Icono-graf-ic
54
Haze (Artist) (American graphic designer and art director.); 1961-, Graffiti, Compact disc covers (Design), Logos (Symbols)
Win, Lose, Or Draw
56
112 (Musical group), Pictionary (Game)
Vibe Confidential
60
Hip-hop, Entertainment industry (Press coverage)
Under the Gun
63
Mister Cartoon (American tattoo artist and graphic designer.), Slim Thug (American rapper.), Tattooing
Off the Chain
66
Jet Li (Chinese actor and martial artist); 1963- (Interviews)
Brooke Valentine
74
Brooke Valentine (American singer and songwriter) (Interviews)
Too Tech
77
Automobiles (Electronic equipment, Rating), Travel (Equipment, Rating), Gadgets
Paul Wall
85
Paul Wall (American rapper.)
Trey Songz
86
Trey Songz (Singer) (American rhythm and blues singer.)
Cory Gunz
88
Cory Gunz (American rapper.)
M.I.A.
90
M. I. A. (Singer) (Sri Lankan-British singer and songwriter.)
Edutainment
124
Bill Adler (American art dealer, recording company executive, publicist, and journalist.), Eyejammie Fine Arts Gallery (New York, N.Y.), Hip-hop (Photographs, Exhibitions), Photography, Artistic (Exhibitions), Hip-hop in art (Exhibitions)
Poof!
125
David Choe (American painter, illustrator, and graphic designer.); 1976-
Show and Tell
126
Isolde Brielmaier (American art historian and curator.); 1971-, Women in art, Hip-hop in art
Big House on the Prairie
126
Walker Art Center (Minneapolis, Minn.)
Blood on the Walls
128
Art, American (21st century), Baltimore (Md.) (Art)
Master Pieces
128
Roger Gastman (American magazine publisher) (Collections), Painting, American (Collectors and collecting), Art, American (Collectors and collecting, 21st century)
Deep Cover
131
Compact disc covers, Rhythm and blues music (Sound recordings), Rap music (Sound recordings), Recording industry (History)
Revolutions
155
Common (Musician) (American rapper) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Rap music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
Boomshots
158
Alpha Blondy (Ivorian reggae singer.); 1953-, Reggae music (Political aspects)
Jammin'.
160
Daddy Yankee (Puerto Rican reggaeton singer) (Interviews), Bob Marley Caribbean Festival and Food Drive
Black Books
168
Artists (Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc), Graffiti, New York (N.Y.) (Public art, Social history)

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