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Contact High: “I Shot Bob Marley”
But David Corio did not shoot the deputy
The Real Story of How That Nas and Tupac Photo Was Discovered
Inside the week we all caught a Contact High
Contact High: Photographer Patrick Hoelck Visits The Game on His Home Turf
“He was always on.”
Contact High: N.O.R.E
Robert Adam Mayer getting Thugged Out
Contact High: Xavier De Nauw on Shooting Ice-T
"I always try to be real and create imagery where the people I shoot look proud."
Contact High: Che Kothari on Chronicling Chronixx
Capturing the lifestyle that facilitates the music
Contact High: How Eve Arnold’s Photos of Malcolm X Impacted Hip Hop
The Magnum photojournalist followed the iconic, visually astute leader for a year
Contact High: Shooting Larry Levan at the Paradise Garage
Bill Bernstein on going inside the DJ booth to photograph the legend
Contact High: On The Set With Outkast and Bootsy Collins
Photographer Eric Johnson recalls Three Stacks playing "Hey Ya" all day.
Contact High: Shooting James Brown At Rikers
The stories behind Diana Mara Henry's iconic shots.
Contact High: Photographer Angela Boatwright on Nicki Minaj’s First Feature Shoot
A look into the early visual powerhouse that was Nicki Minaj
Contact High: Photographer Lucian Perkins on Shooting Bad Brains’ Valley Green Show
The show is now considered a seminal moment in music history
Contact High: Photographer Ray Lego On Shooting Recent ‘College Dropout’ Kanye West
"I started calling him Mike. 'Hey Mike.' It was on his jacket. And that really got him going. He was getting pissed."
Contact High: Photographer Gerald Jenkins On Shooting Gil Scott-Heron In A Land ...
"When I walked into the room he said I must be from the CIA as I was following him around which got a laugh from the many people i...
Contact High: Esther Anderson On Photographing Bob “Tuff Gong” Marley, Circa 1973
"He explained the red was for the blood that was shed, green for the nature, and gold for the light and wealth of mankind."
Contact High: Photographer Ray Lego Literally Takes Us To Church With This O.D.B...
"The priest was older but still knew ODB and was a fan. 'No swearing!' was what he kept saying." —Ray Lego