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

"Bliss".
38
Poems (Single works)
Mo' Money, Same Problems
47
Blacks (Economic conditions, Culture), Hip-hop (Economic aspects), Rap musicians (Political activities), Business (Social aspects)
Bobbito Plays the Tracks. Billy Idol States the Facts
49
Billy Idol (British singer, songwriter and guitarist) (Interviews), Rock music (History, Sound recordings, Reviews)
There's Rules to This
50
Joe Budden (American rapper.), Phonograph records (Marketing), Rap musicians (Attitudes), Job success
Off the Top
54
Johnny Castellanos (American barber.), Barbers and barbershops, Rap musicians (Hairstyling)
Haunted
91
Tupac Shakur (American rapper and actor) (Murder), Suge Knight (American recording industry executive.), Orlando Anderson (American gang member.), Rap musicians (Crimes against), Las Vegas (Nev.) (Crime)
Dead Wrong
95
Notorious B.I.G. (Musician) (American rap musician) (Murder), Rap musicians (Crimes against), Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Unsolved Mysteries
98
Criminal investigation, Murder
Mourning Son
103
Connie Mizzell-Perry (mother of American rapper Jam Master Jay) (Interviews), Jam Master Jay (American rapper); 1965-2002 (Murder), Mothers (Political activities), Mothers and sons, Rap musicians (Crimes against), Queens (New York, N.Y.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Parental Advisory
104
Tweet (Singer) (American singer and songwriter.); 1971-, Values, Mothers and daughters

Karma
56
Marley Marl (American rapper and record producer.), Rap musicians, Record producers (Attitudes)
Phoenix
66
Phoenix (Ariz.) (Description and travel)
Lady Saw
68
Lady Saw (Singer) (Jamaican reggae singer.)
One In a Million
70
Paul Rodriguez (American skateboarder.), Skateboarding (Economic aspects)
Hey, Ladies!
72
Bryce Wilson (American actor and recording producer) (Interviews), Beauty shop (Motion picture)
Boys N Da Hood
81
Boyz N da Hood (Musical group)
Pretty Ricky
82
Pretty Ricky (Musical group)
Cruna
84
Cruna (Musician) (American rhythm and blues singer.)
White Boy
86
White Boy (Musician) (American rapper.)
Dying for Justice
89
Murder, Rap musicians (Crimes against)
No Ordinary Love
108
Ja Rule (American rapper); 1976- (Family), Big Boi (American rapper); 1975- (Family), Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor) (Family), Cee-Lo Green (American rapper); 1974- (Family), Kim Porter (American model) (Photographs), Aisha Atkins (wife of American rapper Ja Rule) (Photographs), Sherlita Patton (wife of American rapper Big Boi) (Photographs), Christina Calloway (wife of American rapper Cee-Lo) (Photographs), Rap musicians' wives (Photographs)
Cool Jobs
117
Occupations, Entertainment industry employees
The Connector
118
Steve Stoute (American recording industry executive) (Interviews), Celebrities and business, Job success, Entertainment industry employees
Dream Gigs
120
Entertainment industry employees
Strickly Business
122
Tracey Waples (American recording industry marketing executive.), Recording industry (Management)
Crew Love
124
Nelly (Musician) (American rapper.), Recording industry employees, Entertainment industry employees, Rap music (Economic aspects)
Mariah Carey
139
Mariah Carey (American singer) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Popular music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
Boomshots
141
Macka Diamond (Jamaican reggae singer.), Dancehall reggae music
One-Man Show
143
Jazze Pha (Musician) (American recording producer.), Sound (Recording and reproducing)
Def Jam
152
Russell Simmons (American recording, motion picture and broadcasting executive.); 1957-, Rick Rubin (American recording producer and executive.), Def Jam Music Group Inc (History), Hip-hop (History), Recording industry (History)

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