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"Time to light the spliff up! What the fuck was she smoking? I want some. B: Ha ha ha! I just realized she's making those bird noises. The whole time I had this record I always thought they had recorded birds chirping in the studio."--Sinead O'Connor cited in Vibe, Dec 2000, page 62[1]

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Vibe is an American music and entertainment magazine founded by producer Quincy Jones. The publication predominantly features R&B and hip hop music artists, actors and other entertainers. After shutting down production in Summer 2009, Vibe was purchased by the private equity investment fund InterMedia Partners and is now issued bi-monthly with double covers, with a larger online presence. The magazine's target demographic is predominantly young, urban followers of hip hop culture. In 2014, the magazine moved online-only.



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