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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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Poems (Single works)
Bobbito Plays the Tracks. Benny Boom States the Facts
Benny Boom (Interviews), Black music (Sound recordings, Reviews, History)
Secrets of the Hit Song
Popular music (Writing)
Tongue Twisters
Russell Simmons (American recording, motion picture and broadcasting executive); 1957- (Reviews)
Reel World
Rap musicians as actors and actresses, Blacks in the music industry, Blacks in the motion picture industry, Black entertainers, Hip-hop in motion pictures, Hip-hop (Economic aspects)
Funny Business
Cedric the Entertainer (American comedian); 1964- (Interviews), Bobby Brown (American singer) (Press coverage), Whitney Houston (American singer and actress) (Press coverage), Diane Sawyer (American television news anchor.), Barbershop (Motion picture), Cedric the Entertainer presents (Television program), Black barbers and barbershops, Television authorship, Television production and direction, Blacks in television, Motion pictures (Ethical aspects)
Moving Pictures
Marcus Raboy (American motion picture director.); 1965-, Charles Stone (American motion picture and television commercial director.), Joseph Kahn (American video and film director.), Tim Story (American motion picture director.); 1970-, Antoine Fuqua (American motion picture director.), Brett Ratner (American motion picture director.), F. Gary Gray (American motion picture director.), Video recordings (Production and direction), Motion picture production and direction (Study and teaching), Hip-hop (Economic aspects), Music videos (Social aspects)
Camera Ready
Photography, Fashion, Actors and actresses as models
Digital Warfare
Rap musicans in computer games, Computer games (Rating)
Something Like a Phenomenon
Fabolous (American rapper.), Job success, Rap music (Marketing)

Rapper's Delight
Motion picture audiences, Hip-hop (Economic aspects), Hip-hop in motion pictures, Rap musicians as actors and actresses, Blacks (Recreation, Social life and customs)
That's a Rap
Boyz n the hood (Motion picture) (Reviews), Three kings (Motion picture) (Reviews), Juice (Motion picture) (Reviews), Monster's ball (Motion picture) (Reviews), Six degrees of separation (Motion picture) (Reviews), 8 mile (Motion picture) (Reviews), Set it off (Motion picture) (Reviews), New Jack City (Motion picture) (Reviews), Friday (Motion picture: 1995) (Reviews), Motion pictures (Best films), Rap musicians as actors and actresses
Waiting to Exhale
Aunjanue Ellis (Interviews), Kerry Washington; 1977- (Interviews), Tracee Ellis Ross; 1972- (Interviews), Vivica A. Fox (Interviews), Halle Berry (Public opinion), Motion pictures (Casting, Plots, themes, etc), Motion picture production and direction, Black women in the motion picture industry, Blacks (Race identity), Blacks in motion pictures
Leading Ladies
Angela Bassett (American actress) (Interviews), Lynn Whitfield (American actress) (Interviews), Diahann Carroll (American singer and actress) (Interviews), Motion pictures (Casting), Black women in motion pictures, Blacks in motion pictures, Blacks in the motion picture industry, Actors and actresses (Attitudes)
Gangsta's Paradise
Kool G Rap, Rap music (History, Economic aspects), Rap musicians (Attitudes), Prostitution
R. Kelly (American singer, songwriter and record producer) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Rhythm and blues music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
In Living Color
DJ Green Lantern (Interviews), Hip-hop
King of New York
Christopher Walken (American actor) (Performances), Abel Ferrara (American film director) (Reviews), King of New York (Motion picture) (Reviews), New York (N.Y.) in motion pictures, Drug trafficking in motion pictures

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