Thus, VIBE provided the all encompassing platform to showcase the evolving genre while it solidified a firm placement in the fabric of this nation. It was July ofwhile we were moving into our new VIBE offices on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan, we faced the excitement, the energy and the fear of which articles to include in our forthcoming September debut issue. The cover was easy since we were all sitting there listening to The Chronic by Dr. Scott Poulson-Bryant Dr. He had been working diligently on a story about Sean Combs and his groundbreaking work with Mary J. Bilge, Jodeci, Heavy D and other acts on the powerhouse label. All was good, we were hot, and the young genius known as Puff Daddy was in our first issue. The future for the young entrepreneur was bright, but not sparkly, as he has constantly been met with drama and severe loss during his journey. G and himself looking at serious jail time at one point.
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