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Rolling Stone

Nov 01 2021
Magazine

Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Rolling Stone

Tems Is the Future • Drake, Rihanna, and Wizkid all agree: The Nigerian singer-songwriter is a serious talent

Rap Legends’ Wild Styles

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Ask Croz • Real-life advice from a guy who’s seen, done, and survived just about everything

Adele’s Sleeper Smash • After taking off on TikTok, 2015 deep cut ‘Love in the Dark’ has emerged as one of her most popular songs

Latin Grammys Preview 2021 • Ahead of this year’s show on November 18th, a guide to the top snubs and surprises

The Original Ride or Die • With ‘The Harder They Fall,’ writer-director Jeymes Samuel delivers a 21st-century remix of a classic film genre

Rapper’s Delight • Moneybagg Yo is savoring the fruits of his success

Kumail Nanjiani • The ‘Eternals’ star on getting ripped, being objectified, and freaking out over Obi-Wan Kenobi

The Trials and Tragedy of a Trump-Era Whistleblower • He exposed Scott Pruitt’s corruption. So why has the disgraced former EPA chief escaped justice while Kevin Chmielewski’s life is ruined?

Olivia Rodrigo & Alanis Morissette • On becoming a superstar at an early age, the power of anger, and life in the public eye

Thundercat & Flying Lotus • A pair of West Coast visionaries discuss their enduring creative kinship

Willow & Travis Barker • On shattering expectations, pop-punk therapy, rock’s resurgence, and the sweet surprises of collaboration

Alicia Keys & Kehlani • On staying real in a fake world, spirituality, writing love songs, and the lessons of motherhood

Mickey Guyton & Miley Cyrus • On breaking down historic barriers— and why being the first person to do something is not enough

Gunna & Ludacris • Two Atlanta superstars on making it big, giving back, and why their city puts on like no other

Lorde & David Byrne • On fighting stage fright, the secret to writing a deep pop song, and life without social media

CL & Jhené Aiko • On breaking free of other people’s expectations, finding inspiration in family, and the future of pop music

Wizkid & Damian Marley • The Afropop star and the reggae scion connect on a deep level

Madonna & Maluma • On late nights, long rehearsals, and the unexpected benefits of the pandemic slowdown

The Dark Side of ‘God’ • Eric Clapton went from setting the standard for rock guitar to making ‘full-tilt’ racist rants to funding anti-vaxxers. Did this Sixties icon change? Or was he always like this?

QAnon’s Deadly Price • Church-loving surf instructor Matthew Taylor Coleman fell into online conspiracy theories, then allegedly admitted to killing his kids to save the world. How did no one see it coming?

Music

T.V.

Movies

Jeff Goldblum • The acting legend on self-trust and the secret to a happy film set


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Nov 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: November 2, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

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English

Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Rolling Stone

Tems Is the Future • Drake, Rihanna, and Wizkid all agree: The Nigerian singer-songwriter is a serious talent

Rap Legends’ Wild Styles

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Ask Croz • Real-life advice from a guy who’s seen, done, and survived just about everything

Adele’s Sleeper Smash • After taking off on TikTok, 2015 deep cut ‘Love in the Dark’ has emerged as one of her most popular songs

Latin Grammys Preview 2021 • Ahead of this year’s show on November 18th, a guide to the top snubs and surprises

The Original Ride or Die • With ‘The Harder They Fall,’ writer-director Jeymes Samuel delivers a 21st-century remix of a classic film genre

Rapper’s Delight • Moneybagg Yo is savoring the fruits of his success

Kumail Nanjiani • The ‘Eternals’ star on getting ripped, being objectified, and freaking out over Obi-Wan Kenobi

The Trials and Tragedy of a Trump-Era Whistleblower • He exposed Scott Pruitt’s corruption. So why has the disgraced former EPA chief escaped justice while Kevin Chmielewski’s life is ruined?

Olivia Rodrigo & Alanis Morissette • On becoming a superstar at an early age, the power of anger, and life in the public eye

Thundercat & Flying Lotus • A pair of West Coast visionaries discuss their enduring creative kinship

Willow & Travis Barker • On shattering expectations, pop-punk therapy, rock’s resurgence, and the sweet surprises of collaboration

Alicia Keys & Kehlani • On staying real in a fake world, spirituality, writing love songs, and the lessons of motherhood

Mickey Guyton & Miley Cyrus • On breaking down historic barriers— and why being the first person to do something is not enough

Gunna & Ludacris • Two Atlanta superstars on making it big, giving back, and why their city puts on like no other

Lorde & David Byrne • On fighting stage fright, the secret to writing a deep pop song, and life without social media

CL & Jhené Aiko • On breaking free of other people’s expectations, finding inspiration in family, and the future of pop music

Wizkid & Damian Marley • The Afropop star and the reggae scion connect on a deep level

Madonna & Maluma • On late nights, long rehearsals, and the unexpected benefits of the pandemic slowdown

The Dark Side of ‘God’ • Eric Clapton went from setting the standard for rock guitar to making ‘full-tilt’ racist rants to funding anti-vaxxers. Did this Sixties icon change? Or was he always like this?

QAnon’s Deadly Price • Church-loving surf instructor Matthew Taylor Coleman fell into online conspiracy theories, then allegedly admitted to killing his kids to save the world. How did no one see it coming?

Music

T.V.

Movies

Jeff Goldblum • The acting legend on self-trust and the secret to a happy film set


Expand title description text