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Phone Jack: Kandi Burruss Shows Us Her Cellphone Pics
Today, Guest Editor (and VIBE cover girl) Kandi Burruss gives us a sneak peek into some of her personal pictures on her phone in this…
Letter From The Editor: Wyclef
WYCLEF'S VIBE TAKEOVER Why Didn't I Think Of That: 5 Songs Wyclef Wishes He Wrote True Studio Stories:…
What Wyclef’s Learned From… Carlos Santana, The Roots, Rakim & More
"What people don’t know is the first music video I appeared in was Eric B. & Rakim’s ‘Don’t Sweat the Technique.’ I was playing the…
Letter From The Editor: Keri Hilson
CHECK BELOW FOR ALL OF KERI HILSON'S VIBE TAKEOVER!
5 ‘Message’ Albums You Should Own!…According to Questlove
Phone Jack: Dirty Money’s Dawn and Kalenna Show Us Their Cellphone Pics
"One of my fav pics i took in Paris..."
Terrence J Takes Over Vibe.com: Letter From The Editor
TERRENCE J'S TAKEOVER: A Long Convo With...Terrence J…
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Today on Feb. 5, people remember Trayvon Martin.
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Barack Obama To Muslim-Americans: “Thank You”
During his first visit to an American mosque, Barack Obama thanked a group of Muslim-Americans for their continous community efforts.
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