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DeMicia Inman

Staff Writer, News

DeMicia (She/Her) is an L.A.-based music, culture, and trending news journalist who worked as a freelance writer before joining VIBE. Her byline has been published on NYLON, theGrio, OkayPlayer, BET News, PAPER, Teen Vogue, MTV News, and more. Through her work, she aims to cover music, entertainment, and news as they intersect with Black culture, society, and identity. When not behind the keyboard DeMicia enjoys a good meal, good music, a good read, and a good time. You can find her thumbing through record stores for gems, rummaging through thrift shops and boutiques for looks, experimenting in the kitchen or bar, at the beach reading books or magazines, or simply on social media @DeMiciaValon.

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