The magazine founded by the legendary musician/producer Quincy Jones, was created on the pulse of our music, as it was riding the of television, radio, film and fashion becoming charged with the electricity of the streets.Thus, VIBE provided the all encompassing platform to showcase the evolving genre while it solidified a firm placement in the fabric of this nation.

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Without the effects of reading and writing, 'Jews' and their inbred literalist fanaticism could probably never have existed.

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He had been working diligently on a story about Sean Combs and his groundbreaking work with Mary J.

Bilge, Jodeci, Heavy D and other acts on the powerhouse label.

The launch of VIBE was the definitive introduction of the power of Hip-Hop and culture to move the crowd.

Before the Internet, before email, before social media…there was VIBE.

All was good, we were hot, and the young genius known as Puff Daddy was in our first issue.

Then a confluence of tragedy and internal management struggles with the mogul Harrell led to Combs’ ouster from Uptown Records.

Puff took a pass that was played by Quincy and Def Jam Records founder Russell Simmons, and added a whole new direction to infuse the culture.