A pioneer in Black print is changing its format to adapt with the times. Per a report from New York Times, JET magazine will cease their print publication in favor of an exclusively digital format.
Kendrick Lamar is unavoidable these days and considering he’s arguably the hottest young rap artist in the game, the high visibility makes sense. K-Dot’s latest media splash is gracing the cover of JET magazine for their Black History Month special issue, and the TDE standout shares more of his story.
After the infamous “Rumble In The Lambo,” a raged fueled exit from a Good Morning America taping and several Twitter outbursts, it seems R&B thug crooner Chris Brown is attempting to finally put a rhyme to his at times abrasive reason. In a cover story with Jet magazine, Breezy discusses his past mistakes, the impact of Trayvon Martin, juggling […]
If you’re not a regular reader, you can at least remember Jet magazine from your grandmother’s crib or maybe even the barbershop. The long running, weekly African-American entertainment focused publication, recognizable via its petite physical size, is getting a redesign.