The editors of VIBE compile articles and photographs in celebration of Tupac Shakur.
Vibe August/September 2011 Issue
- Amy Winehouse: Death of a Troubled Soul 1983 - 2011
- The 16th Annual Juice Issue: Welcome To The New Breed
- Jay-Z's G.O.A.T. Album
- Kelly Rowland BAres All
- Weezy's Cash Cow
The Sexy Issue; Rick Ross: Too Sexy For His Shirt; Amber Rose; Lil' Kim; Summer's Essential Swim Trunk
Global Terror: 50 Cent Wants to Be A Role Model
Is Lil B Your God?
WSHH: Hip-Hop's Low Down Dirty Shame
The Best Damn Music Outside of the U.S.
Bob Marley, Snoop Dogg, Usain Bolt, Esperanza Spalding, Tyga
The New Pop Music: Bruno Mars, Wiz Khalifa, B.O.B.
The Greatest Music Survey of All Time
The Big Butt Theory
Tiny: Life Without the King
Best Solo Artist: Jay-Z reveals the real deal on street hustling, becoming an urban entrepreneur, and what's up with Foxy, R. Kelly, and Nas. By Shawn Carter
Third Annual Vibe of the Year Award Winners: Scarface, Eve, The Neptunes, Tweet, Nas, Slum Village, B2K, Nelly
Joy Bryant: Hollywood Homegirl
-The Vibe Q: R. Kelly Bares His Divided Soul
-Penny Hardaway: Could This Be Magic?
-Shooting Stars: Larenz Tate, Daisy Fuentes, And a Cast of Hollywood's Sexiests Players
-Special Summer Double Issue
-Dennis Rodman Exposed
-The Fugees: Ready or Not, Here They Come
-Nation of Islam: A House Divided?
-Live From Death Row: Inside Hip Hop's Ferocious First Family
-Special Year-End Double Issue
-Latifah Sets the Record Straight
-Snoop: Last Man Standing- Without Tupac and Dre, Is Death Row Still America's Most Wanted?