Enoble Media Group Announces Rap Sensation Soulja Boy to Appear on the Cover of Urban Ink’s Newest Issue

Rapper Soulja Boy graces the cover of Urban Ink's newest issue

Paramus, NJ, June 27, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Urban Ink magazine is proud to announce the release of its newest issue featuring tatted-up rap and reality stars. Soulja Boy graces the new UI cover in an X-Men style photo shoot. Also in this issue is an explosive three-girl spread featuring top erotic and fetish model Masumi Max along with Danger from, “For the Love of Ray-J” and hot swimsuit model Jasmine. Brittanya, the break out star of “Rock of Love Bus with Bret Michaels” and “Charm School 3” is also featured in a volcanic layout and interview. As always the newest issue of Urban Ink magazine offers an array of fresh new urban tat artists as well as inked reader profiles and beautiful inked ladies.

Urban Ink is the first and only tattoo publication that celebrates the body art culture among people of color. Once again Urban Ink has spanned the country looking for the best artists and parlors to bring to its readers. It provides you with the addresses and contact information for many of its parlors, so the readers can seek out the amazing artists featured in the issue. One special artist and shop featured in this issue is New York City tat house Tuff City in the Bronx.

The latest issue of Urban Ink features MMA fighter Ryan Ford, and skateboarder Terry Kennedy as both talk about their body art and reveal the stories behind each tattoo. Soulja Boy’s feature is the highlight of this issue, and his interview gives readers an inside scoop on what Soulja Boy is all about, something he calls “tattooed swagga”.

There is something for everyone in this issue, as UI continues to hold its place as the premier publication of the body art culture for the urban audience.

For additional information on Urban Ink Magazine contact Dan Brown dbrown@urbanink.com or visit myspace.com/urbanink.

Enoble Media Group is a leading force in the urban magazine scene with titles such as Word Up, Just for Black Men, Today’s Black Women and Hype Hair. They are one of the premier publishers of magazines aimed at the urban culture in all different areas of interests, from entertainment to body art, culture and fashion.

Urban Ink Magazine
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