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

The Block is Still Hot
64
Quincy Jones (American composer and record producer.); 1933-, Vibe (Periodical) (Anniversaries), Blacks (Culture), Rap music (History), Hip-hop (International aspects), Black music (History), Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Money, Power, and Respect
68
50 Cent (Musician) (American rapper.), Rakim (American rapper) (Influence), Eric B. (American rapper) (Influence), Vibe (Periodical) (Anniversaries), Black music (History), Blacks (History), Hip-hop (Economic aspects), Rap music (History), Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Bobbito Plays the Tracks. 112 States the Facts
118
112 (Musical group) (Interviews), Black music (Sound recordings, Reviews, History)
School Daze
126
Orlando Jones; 1968- (Interviews), Orlando Jones show (Television program), College students (Humor, satire, etc)
In Good Hands
132
Jerry Rice; 1962-., Oakland Raiders (Football team), San Francisco 49ers (Football team), Football, Professional (Public opinion, Awards), Football players (Age, Health and hygiene, Training)
The Sound of Music
200
Sound (Recording and reproducing), Hip-hop (International aspects), Record producers, Rap music (History), United States (Popular culture)
100: The Juiciest People, Places, and Things of the Year
211
Popular culture (History), Two thousand three (Year), Hip-hop (International aspects)
Profilin'.
238
Singers (Photographs), Rap musicians (Photographs), Actors and actresses (Photographs)
Eye of the Storm
248
Russell Simmons (American recording, motion picture and broadcasting executive.); 1957-, Rush Communications Inc, Executives (Political activities), Drug laws and regulations, Hip-hop (Economic aspects, International aspects), Rap music (History), Popular culture (International aspects)
Ladies First
256
Queen Latifah (American rapper and actress.), Black women (Attitudes), Rap musicians as actors and actresses

Fanning the Flames
134
Fans (Persons), Musicians (Attitudes), Recording industry (Social aspects), Popular music (Marketing)
Art Imitates Life
150
Andre Harrell (American record industry executive) (Interviews), Uptown Records (Firm), Music (Social aspects), Blacks (Social life and customs), Hip-hop (Economic aspects), Black music (History)
VX.
191
Vibe (Periodical) (Anniversaries), Rap music (History), Hip-hop (Economic aspects, International aspects), Black music (History), Blacks (Culture)
Big Timers
194
Missy Elliott (American rapper and songwriter.), Timbaland (American hip-hop musician and recording producer.); 1971-, Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor.), Mary J. Blige (American rhythm and blues singer.), R. Kelly (American singer, songwriter and record producer.), Jay-Z (American rapper.), Dr. Dre (American rapper.), Tupac Shakur (American rapper and actor.), Notorious B.I.G. (Musician) (American rapper.), Neptunes (Firm), Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.), Rap music (History), Hip-hop (Economic aspects, International aspects), Black music (History), Urban life
Reggae Revolution
263
Vincent G. Chin; d. 2003, VP Records Retail, Jamaicans (History, United States), Jamaican American market, Recording industry (Export-import trade), Dancehall reggae music, Jamaica (Economic relations, United States)
Revolutions
285
Prince (Sound recordings, Reviews), Rock music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
Vibe: Preview Issue
304
Treach, Vibe (Periodical) (History), Periodicals (History)

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