Does Quincy Jones own Vibe?
More Stories by Billboard Staff SpinMedia, the company formerly known as Buzz Media that includes a number of websites including Spin magazine, has bought Vibe, the hip-hop/R&B magazine founded by Quincy Jones and Time Warner in 1992.
Who owns Hip Hop Weekly?
On September 13, 2016, Hip Hop Weekly was acquired for an undisclosed amount by CJB Investments LLC.
Is Vibe magazine still around?
On June 30, 2009, it was announced that Vibe was shutting its doors and ceasing publication immediately, although according to Essence, Quincy Jones has stated he would like to keep it alive online. After shutting down, private equity investment fund InterMedia Partners bought Vibe magazine.
Who owned Vibe magazine?
SpinMedia, a group of music and pop culture Web sites that includes Spin magazine, has bought Vibe, the 21-year-old R&B and hip-hop magazine. SpinMedia announced the sale on Thursday, saying that it had bought the rights to Vibe’s print magazine and its related sites, Vibe.com and Vibevixen.com, from Vibe Media.
Who founded Vibe magazine?
It was, as things go in publishing these days, a fairly routine story. Routine except the magazine had an 800,000 circulation, was founded by the music impresario Quincy Jones and had an alluring name that came to be synonymous with hip-hop and R&B: Vibe.
What happened to Word Up magazine?
As of 2012, Word Up ceased publication. The last dated issue was April 2012. The magazine was name-checked by The Notorious B.I.G. in his hit 1994 song “Juicy”: “It was all a dream; I used to read Word Up! magazine.”
What’s COI Leray real name?
Coi Leray Collins
Coi Leray Collins (born May 11, 1997) is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter….
|Birth name||Coi Leray Collins|
|Born||May 11, 1997 Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Origin||Hackensack, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Genres||Hip hop pop|
Is Word Up magazine still published?
What nationality is Benzino?
AmericanBenzino / Nationality
Where do Coi Leray live?
As of 2021, she lives in Los Angeles.