According to the creators of Respect magazine, the hip-hop nation demands respect and with this publication, rap aficionados worldwide will finally get it. They say that it is a magazine that doesn’t care about the latest beef or how much cash your favourite rapper has in the bank. The magazine raises the quality benchmark of information on the urban music scene; it delivers world-class editorial and photography by some of the most renowned photographers in pop culture.
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Respect magazine targets a sophisticated and intelligent reader, who desires a publication that speaks to them with class and visually has soul. The magazine is released on a bi-monthly basis; it is produced in the USA and likes to provide more of a higher quality of information to readers who expect a classy and grown up magazine.
There are a number of interviews and celebrity profiles in each issue of the magazine. Previous stars who have featured in the magazine have been Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes and even the hugely successful Eminem. The magazine isn’t interested in scandal and rumours but prefers to get the low down straight from the rappers themselves. The interviews will often be intense and insightful, which can cover the stars addiction problems, their relationship woes and other more heavy topics that many readers probably couldn’t find anywhere else in such interesting detail.
There is a great deal of interesting photography used in Respect magazine, which will often show the stars in their down time and relaxing, these images give a really interesting insight into the lives of the greatest stars around. The commentary from many of the photographers featured will often explain how they managed to capture the stars in an uncanny viewpoint which hasn’t been done before. We loved looking at a photo of the rapper Nas and Damian Marley smoking and having a casual chat. We also liked a photo taken by renowned photographer Ernest Estime which showed the rapper Lil Wayne embracing a fan in a wheelchair. The images will surprise and delight all the true fans of urban music.