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Rolling Stone

Jun 01 2022
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

Jhayco’s Jewels

Afrobeats’ Humble Hero • Fireboy DML is one of the biggest names in Nigerian pop, but he values staying grounded

What’s in the Bag? Good Memories

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

A ROCK STAR OF NEW JOURNALISM GETS HIS DUE

Pop Punk’s Long, Weird Legacy • Thanks to Olivia, Willow, and a new generation, the genre is back from oblivion and all grown-up — sort of

Jerrod Carmichael Is Finished Hiding • With his startlingly confessional special ‘Rothaniel,’ the comedian transcended the form — and changed his life

The Rapper Who Wants to Run His Country • In the 1990s, Shyne was a rising rap star. Then he went to prison and found God. Now, he’s on the campaign trail

Soccer Mommy • The indie rocker on her experimental new album, feeling like Sylvia Plath, and the joys of being off social media

MAGA Law: How the Trump Judges Twist U.S. Justice • They’re overwhelmingly young, white, male, and extreme. And they’ll be in power for a generation

The Satanist Neo-Nazi Plot to Murder U.S. Soldiers • A rogue G.I.’s trial exposes the depths of a murderous far-right ideology — and the FBI’s complicity in spreading hate

All-American Extremism • With an array of hate groups forming in recent years, the threat of far-right violence has never been greater. But not all share the same goals and methods. A guide to the country’s most dangerous militants

Blackpink • From Strangers to Sisters to Pop Supernovas

The Giant Dreams of Bartees Strange • HE’S BECOME ONE OF THE BUZZIEST ACTS IN MUSIC IN JUST TWO SHORT YEARS — AND HIS ENDLESS CREATIVE AMBITIONS ARE JUST WARMING UP

Are Concerts Safe? • AFTER THE TRAGEDY AT ASTROWORLD, THE LIVE-MUSIC INDUSTRY IS GEARING UP FOR ITS BIGGEST SEASON IN YEARS, EVEN AS QUESTIONS CONTINUE TO LOOM ABOUT SAFETY AT CROWDED EVENTS

Truth and Dare • TOKISCHA HAS BECOME THE MOST PROVOCATIVE SUPERSTAR IN DOMINICAN DEMBOW BY MAKING SONGS THAT PULL NO PUNCHES ABOUT SEX, DRUGS, AND QUEERNESS. SHE WANTS TO GO EVEN FURTHER

The New ABBA • TO CAP OFF ONE OF POP’S BIGGEST COMEBACKS, THE SWEDISH SUPERSTARS ONLY NEEDED TO BUILD A VENUE AND DIGITALLY REPRODUCE THEMSELVES. INSIDE THEIR GROUNDBREAKING LONDON RESIDENCY

Omar Apollo Frees His Mind • THE MEXICAN AMERICAN GEN Z HEARTTHROB PROUDLY REPRESENTS HIS CULTURE. BUT FIRST HE HAD TO LEARN TO BE TRUE TO HIMSELF

Brooklyn on Fire • NEW YORK’S DRILL SCENE IS PRODUCING SOME OF THE HOTTEST ANTHEMS IN THE WORLD. CRITICS INCLUDING THE CITY’S MAYOR BLAME THE MUSIC FOR VIOLENCE. LEADING ARTISTS SAY THAT’S ALL WRONG

Music

Movies

Joan Jett • The rock legend on aging gracefully and owning her bad reputation


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Jun 01 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 7, 2022

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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

Jhayco’s Jewels

Afrobeats’ Humble Hero • Fireboy DML is one of the biggest names in Nigerian pop, but he values staying grounded

What’s in the Bag? Good Memories

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

A ROCK STAR OF NEW JOURNALISM GETS HIS DUE

Pop Punk’s Long, Weird Legacy • Thanks to Olivia, Willow, and a new generation, the genre is back from oblivion and all grown-up — sort of

Jerrod Carmichael Is Finished Hiding • With his startlingly confessional special ‘Rothaniel,’ the comedian transcended the form — and changed his life

The Rapper Who Wants to Run His Country • In the 1990s, Shyne was a rising rap star. Then he went to prison and found God. Now, he’s on the campaign trail

Soccer Mommy • The indie rocker on her experimental new album, feeling like Sylvia Plath, and the joys of being off social media

MAGA Law: How the Trump Judges Twist U.S. Justice • They’re overwhelmingly young, white, male, and extreme. And they’ll be in power for a generation

The Satanist Neo-Nazi Plot to Murder U.S. Soldiers • A rogue G.I.’s trial exposes the depths of a murderous far-right ideology — and the FBI’s complicity in spreading hate

All-American Extremism • With an array of hate groups forming in recent years, the threat of far-right violence has never been greater. But not all share the same goals and methods. A guide to the country’s most dangerous militants

Blackpink • From Strangers to Sisters to Pop Supernovas

The Giant Dreams of Bartees Strange • HE’S BECOME ONE OF THE BUZZIEST ACTS IN MUSIC IN JUST TWO SHORT YEARS — AND HIS ENDLESS CREATIVE AMBITIONS ARE JUST WARMING UP

Are Concerts Safe? • AFTER THE TRAGEDY AT ASTROWORLD, THE LIVE-MUSIC INDUSTRY IS GEARING UP FOR ITS BIGGEST SEASON IN YEARS, EVEN AS QUESTIONS CONTINUE TO LOOM ABOUT SAFETY AT CROWDED EVENTS

Truth and Dare • TOKISCHA HAS BECOME THE MOST PROVOCATIVE SUPERSTAR IN DOMINICAN DEMBOW BY MAKING SONGS THAT PULL NO PUNCHES ABOUT SEX, DRUGS, AND QUEERNESS. SHE WANTS TO GO EVEN FURTHER

The New ABBA • TO CAP OFF ONE OF POP’S BIGGEST COMEBACKS, THE SWEDISH SUPERSTARS ONLY NEEDED TO BUILD A VENUE AND DIGITALLY REPRODUCE THEMSELVES. INSIDE THEIR GROUNDBREAKING LONDON RESIDENCY

Omar Apollo Frees His Mind • THE MEXICAN AMERICAN GEN Z HEARTTHROB PROUDLY REPRESENTS HIS CULTURE. BUT FIRST HE HAD TO LEARN TO BE TRUE TO HIMSELF

Brooklyn on Fire • NEW YORK’S DRILL SCENE IS PRODUCING SOME OF THE HOTTEST ANTHEMS IN THE WORLD. CRITICS INCLUDING THE CITY’S MAYOR BLAME THE MUSIC FOR VIOLENCE. LEADING ARTISTS SAY THAT’S ALL WRONG

Music

Movies

Joan Jett • The rock legend on aging gracefully and owning her bad reputation


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