The Juice Magazine Brings You 2005 Fall Issue

THE JUICE MAGAZINE
BRINGS YOU 2005 FALL ISSUE

STAR COVERS
“DAVID BANNER”YOUNG JEZZY”SWISHA HOUSE
THE FLIP SIDE
JUICE & BIG MEECH,THE FAMILY AFFAIR

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Attenchun! You are now tuning in to the future.
Straight out of Atlanta, Georgia comes the JUICEY
issue of the hottest hip hop magazine on the shelves:
THE JUICE MAGAZINE

Following on the heels of a hugely successful premiere
issue in the Spring of 2005 (which featured The Game,
Boyz N Da Hood, Fabolous, BG, Young Buck, and more),
The Juice is coming back even harder! In the NEW issue, The Juice
features even more fire, with
coverage featuring some of the hottest stars in the
game: Young Jeezy, David Banner, Mike Jones, Paul
Wall, Common, Juelz Santana, 50 Cent, Fat Joe, Slim
Thug, and a profile of the rap scene in Houston,
Texas.

We stay covering the hottest artists, but The Juice is
more than just a music magazine. Every issue of The
Juice features pages devoted to fashion, cars,
graffiti, tattoos, and hair. We also profile
up-and-coming rappers, DJs, and producers, album
reviews, and behind-the-scenes coverage. We connect
the hood to Hollywood.

The Juice is a quarterly, deluxe format magazine
clocking in at 160+ pages. The magazine is
reversible, featuring both front and back covers,
allowing us to cover the many different regions where
hip hop prospers. You never know where The Juice will
be next, whether in Japan, looking at Bathing Ape’s
fashion blueprint, in Houston examining the city’s
legacy of rap music, or in LA, searching for South
Central’s unsigned talent.

The Juice represents the new movement of hip hop.
Based in hip hop’s current capital, Atlanta, Georgia,
The Juice’s location at the epicenter of the New South
gives the magazine a unique perspective and keeps
readers’ fingers on the pulse of the music.

At The Juice, we believe in hip hop as community. The
magazine recently helped organize David Banner’s huge
Heal the Hood concert in Atlanta, where stars like
T.I., Young Jeezy, Big Boi, 8Ball & MJG, and others
performed to raise money for relief in the aftermath
of Hurricane Katrina.

Look out for bigger things to come from The Juice
Magazine, including The Juice Awards in Atlanta, and
regular industry events.

So you wanna know what’s hot? From the glitz to the
grime, The Juice gives an inside look at what makes
the music and lifestyle industries tick. You won’t
find another magazine on the stands like it. This is
hip hop. This is what we breathe. This is The Juice:
the realest and the rawest, from behind the scenes.

Welcome to the movement.

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