Pure DOPE

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Pure DOPE is an American magazine and branding agency that focuses on highbrow urban culture and young, fly and affluent tastemakers. Its coverage includes entertainers, athletes, hip-hop and R&B artists, film and television stars, fine artists, entrepreneurs, street glam brands, and skateboarders. Its name is an acronym for "Don’t Over Process Everything". Each edition has an abstract theme with a cultural meaning. Popular artists and celebrities to cover Pure DOPE include: August Alsina, Tinashe, French Montana, Dascha Polanco, Sage The Gemini, Jazmine Sullivan, Fabolous, Angela Simmons, Soulja Boy, Cymphonique Miller, Big Sean, Trina, Meek Mill, Keke Palmer, The-Dream, Karen Civil, Dae Dae, Melanie Fiona, Chanel West Coast, Nick Cannon, Draya Michele, Travie McCoy, Angela Yee, Yo Gotti, The Game, Lindsey Morgan, Rich Homie Quan, Bianca Santos, Buster Skrine and many others. International singers Agnez Mo (Indonesia) and Maluma (Colombia) have also covered Pure DOPE Magazine. Additionally, the outlet has two companion publications: SEXEE Magazine and MANSION Men's Magazine.

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  1. ^ "Official DOPE MAG Website". 
  2. ^ "DOPEMAG.NET - Online Extension of DOPE MAG". 
  3. ^ "Cymphonique is DOPE Magazine's Youngest Covergirl Ever". Alloy Entertainment. 
  4. ^ "Lil Twist Featured On the Front Cover of DOPE Magazine". Young Money HQ. 
  5. ^ "Soulja Boy Covers DOPE Magazine High Rise Edition". It's Only Entertainment. 
  6. ^ "Celebrity Stylist Felipe G. Styles Soulja Boy for DOPE Magazine". ChristieOhh!. 
  7. ^ "Lola Monroe Poses for DOPE MAG Photos". FemaleRappers.net. 
  8. ^ "Lola Monroe Covers the Latest Issue of DOPE Magazine". The Femme MC. 
  9. ^ "Angela Simmons Promo Shoot for DOPE Magazine". Guavaleaf. 
  10. ^ "Tyga Covers DOPE Magazine". Young Money HQ. 
  11. ^ "DOPE Magazine Hollywood Launch Party". ZIMBIO. 
  12. ^ "Square Root" (PDF). XV – Warner Bros. 
  13. ^ "Angela Yee Covers DOPE Magazine". Yee TV. 
  14. ^ "Jeny Romero in DOPE Magazine". Dynasty Series. 
  15. ^ "For the Divas: DOPE Magazine - Your Newest Addiction". The Hip Hop Diva. 
  16. ^ "Cash Out Featured in DOPE Magazine". EPIC Records.