From sitting down with Chi-town’s rising prince Vic Mensa and The Internet’s groove theory to Black Music Month #TBTs and cover star Fetty Wap wooing us from sunny Miami, delve into all the goodies tucked inside our July 2015 digital issue.
Fetty Wap covers VIBE’s July 2015 summer issue. Read his full cover story inside.
VIBE’s music editor talks about how this cover shoot almost went down hill.
While in Miami, we shot a music video with Fetty Wap and the Remy Boyz.
If the acid jazz sounds of The Internet aren’t on your radar yet, they should be. VIBE caught up with the six-person band before the release of their third studio album, Ego Death.
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Dirty talk with the cast of Power.
“We’ve become so accustomed to the killings, we now find reason to ‘rejoice’ when an autopsy report indicates homicide was the cause of death.” VIBE’s resident “Militant Editor” examines her slow desensitization to black tragedy.
A week after the tragic shootings in Charleston, S.C., that took the lives of nine churchgoers at Emanuel AME Church, racism continues to be the center piece of nationwide discussion. VIBE contemplates the weight of the N-word versus the symbolism of the Confederate flag. Can they be compared?
VIBE offers their emotional reactions to the Charleston shooting.
Relationship Goals: Boris Kodjoe And Nicole Ari Parker On New Show, Power Coupling And Date Night Tips
Nicole Ari Parker and Boris Kodjoe will be heating up the small screen as a talk show power couple.
It remains to be seen if Jay Z’s blessing (and signature tough love) can plant Vic Mensa’s foot in the game. Considering Hov’s stamping of Kanye West, Rihanna and J. Cole, however, Vic’s chances appear solid.