This VIBE Q feature originally appeared in the April 1995 issue of VIBE Magazine | Written by Kevin Powell | Cover photography by Reisig & Taylor
When an artist can release two albums in one year, it's a testament to their work ethic and drawing power.
Additionally, an excerpt from her book was written by Rob Kenner, a founding editor of VIBE.
"We didn't have any other person that we wanted to play him."
A piece by the New York Times says that an estimated 500,000 recordings were destroyed.
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When speaking about fatherhood, hip-hop's best are at their most vulnerable and intimate.
Although, it seems like it's under one condition.