Part 1: The Greatest Story Never Told

DX EXCLUSIVE: The rise and fall of The Source, as told by former Editor Reginald Dennis - for the first and last time.

Many of you may have been too young to remember the days
when The Source truly was the bible
of Hip Hop, I look at those days as fondly for the magazine as I do the music. Reginald C. Dennis was the music editor
in those days; those days when Dre
didn

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  • ISIS KENNEY

    I LOVE THE SOURCE MAGAZINE AND THE IMPACT IT'S HAD ON THE HIP HOP COMMUNITY. I ALSO APPRECIATE THIS STORY. I TOO GREW UP ON THIS MAGAZINE AS MY ONLY HIP HOP OUTLET, GROWING UP IN UPSTATE NEW YORK THE SOURCE AND B.E.T TV WAS ALL WE HAD. IT'S TROUBLING, THE STRUGGLES THEY ARE CURRENTLY FACING, WITH ALL OF THEIR MINI ME'S AND EX-STAFF MEMBERS STARTING THEIR OWN. WHICH I TRULY RESPECT BUT I MISS THE HIP HOP BIBLE. I MISS THE ART, I MISS THE STORIES. I MISS REAL HIP HOP. ISIS KENNEY THE FEMALE HIP HOP ROMARE BEARDEN WWW.HIPHOPFINEART.COM