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Armon Sadler

Hip-Hop Reporter

Armon Sadler is a multimedia journalist from Englewood, New Jersey, and Hip-Hop Reporter for VIBE. Upon earning his Bachelor's degree from Cornell University, he passionately pursued music journalism and secured bylines in REVOLT, Pitchfork, Billboard Magazine, Consequence of Sound, HipHopDX, and UPROXX before finding his home here at VIBE. When Armon isn't typing away, he is running his music podcast 'Stay Busy with Armon Sadler,' obsessively watching professional wrestling, playing PS5, weightlifting, or eating tacos. Armon lives by the phrase "Be bold, mighty forces will come to your aid," and it hasn't failed him yet.

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