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 Chain Gang
76
Jewelry (Valuation), Clothing and dress (Rap musicians), Pawnbroking, Rap musicians (Economic conditions)
Star Power
78
Chris Chambers (American recording executive.), Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Firm) (Marketing), Sound recordings (Marketing), Black musicians (Public relations)
Bobbito Plays the Tracks. Twista States the Facts
80
Twista (American rapper) (Interviews), Rap music (Sound recordings, Reviews, History)
Son Shine
86
GZA (Musician) (American rapper) (Family), Peter Gunz (American rapper) (Family), Rap musicians (Family relationships), Fathers and sons
Mac Man
96
Bernie Mac (American comedian and actor) (Interviews), Sports (Social aspects, Economic aspects)
Deliverance
124
Ma$e (American rap musician and minister) (Interviews), Rap musicians (Religious life), Religion and music, Atlanta (Ga.) (Religion)
Ear to Ear
134
Jill Scott (American singer, songwriter and actress.), Smiles, Body image in women, Obesity (Public opinion)
Higher Learning
143
Hip-hop (Study and teaching), Colleges and universities (Curriculum)
A Different World
148
Electronic equipment (Marketing), College students (Adjustment), Digital electronics (Marketing)
In Control
150
Jermaine Dupri (American recording industry executive) (Interviews)

Silkk the Shocker
98
Silkk the Shocker (Musician) (American rapper.)
Ohio Player
102
Krayzie Bone (American rapper) (Homes and haunts), Cleveland (Ohio) (Description and travel)
Let It Ride
110
Automobiles (Rating)
Primp My Ride
114
Automobiles (Equipment)
Mis-Teeq
117
Mis-Teeq (Musical group)
Mashonda
118
Mashonda (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter.)
John Legend
120
John Legend (American singer and pianist.)
Keyshia Cole
122
Keyshia Cole (American rhythm and blues singer.)
Flash!
156
Hip-hop (Photographs, History)
B More Careful
162
Wire (Television program), Good and evil in television, Baltimore (Md.) in television, Urban life in television
Campus Queens
170
Clothing and dress (College students, Photographs), Homecoming (Student activity)
Nas
183
Nas (Musician) (American rapper) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Rap music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
Nelly
184
Nelly (Musician) (American rapper) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Rap music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
Reggae Riddims & Reality
185
Cordel Burrell (Jamaican recording producer.), Dancehall reggae music, Reggae music (Sound recordings)
The Flip-Off
188
T. I. (Musician) (American rapper and actor); 1980- (Performances), Lil' Flip (American rapper.), Rap musicians (Attitudes), Rap concerts, Atlanta (Ga.) (Music)
The Bayou Classic
196
Southern University (Football), Grambling State University (Football), Black colleges and universities (History), Football, College (Social aspects)

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