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Rolling Stone

Nov 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

Fletcher Gets Her Moment in the Sun

Lil Durk’s Dizzying Ascent • The Chicago rapper faced unimaginable grief on his way to superstardom

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

A Tale of Love, Apps, And Divorce

Ice Spice: NYC Drill’s New Queen of Pop • She took the world by storm with ‘Munch’ — a hit so catchy, it could be the genre’s future

The ‘Weird Al’ Biopic Is Weirder Than You Think • Co-writer Yankovic and star Daniel Radcliffe on telling the very not-true story of the singer’s life

The Pope of Pop Art • A new exhibit shows how photographer David LaChapelle’s art blends visual excess with religious devotion

Alex Turner • The Arctic Monkeys frontman on big rock guitars, evolving as a band, and revving up for their latest album, ‘The Car’

The General Who Went MAGA — And Retreated • How did Don Bolduc, a straight-shooting war hero, become the GOP Senate candidate in New Hampshire by embracing the big lie and calling Democrats the ‘enemy’?

RM & Pharrell Williams • Two guys who’ve changed the sound of pop sit down for an incredibly honest conversation about music, responsibility, and fans

Karen O & Michelle Zauner • The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Japanese Breakfast frontwomen on the power of ‘no,’ growing up Korean American, and the joys of smashing stuff

Trueno & Nicki Nicole • Argentina’s favorite couple sit down in Buenos Aires and talk about everything that has connected them personally and artistically

Finneas & Rick Rubin • Two groundbreaking producers on how they made their biggest hits, keeping their ears fresh, and the importance of beautiful surroundings

Latto & Flo Milli • Two of 2022’s hottest MCs worked hard to prove themselves in the music industry — and now, they want to share the love and support

Yungblud & Roger Daltrey • On staying fashionable in music, how ego ruined social media, and saying ‘no fucking way’ to ‘The Voice’

Pink Pantheress & Kaytranada • Two of dance music’s best young artists on avoiding sunlight, weird collaborations, and having the confidence to work with your heroes

Rina Sawayama & Shania Twain • On loving their queer fans, the challenges of autobiographical songwriting, and what they learned from difficult childhoods

Chloe x Halle & the Isley Brothers • Two of pop’s great sibling acts on finding inspiration and trying not to annoy each other

The DJ and the War Crimes • Thirty years after an infamous death squad massacred civilians in Bosnia, none of Arkan’s Tigers have stood trial for their alleged part in those crimes. And for the past few decades, one of them has been spinning trance records at European festivals and clubs

The Generous Life and Tragic Death of Young Dolph • The Memphis rapper’s family and friends remember an artist of intensity and passion, cut down in his prime

Music

Movies

Angela Bassett • The iconic actress on the lessons of marriage and the power of saying no


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 86 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Nov 01 2022

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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

Fletcher Gets Her Moment in the Sun

Lil Durk’s Dizzying Ascent • The Chicago rapper faced unimaginable grief on his way to superstardom

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

A Tale of Love, Apps, And Divorce

Ice Spice: NYC Drill’s New Queen of Pop • She took the world by storm with ‘Munch’ — a hit so catchy, it could be the genre’s future

The ‘Weird Al’ Biopic Is Weirder Than You Think • Co-writer Yankovic and star Daniel Radcliffe on telling the very not-true story of the singer’s life

The Pope of Pop Art • A new exhibit shows how photographer David LaChapelle’s art blends visual excess with religious devotion

Alex Turner • The Arctic Monkeys frontman on big rock guitars, evolving as a band, and revving up for their latest album, ‘The Car’

The General Who Went MAGA — And Retreated • How did Don Bolduc, a straight-shooting war hero, become the GOP Senate candidate in New Hampshire by embracing the big lie and calling Democrats the ‘enemy’?

RM & Pharrell Williams • Two guys who’ve changed the sound of pop sit down for an incredibly honest conversation about music, responsibility, and fans

Karen O & Michelle Zauner • The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Japanese Breakfast frontwomen on the power of ‘no,’ growing up Korean American, and the joys of smashing stuff

Trueno & Nicki Nicole • Argentina’s favorite couple sit down in Buenos Aires and talk about everything that has connected them personally and artistically

Finneas & Rick Rubin • Two groundbreaking producers on how they made their biggest hits, keeping their ears fresh, and the importance of beautiful surroundings

Latto & Flo Milli • Two of 2022’s hottest MCs worked hard to prove themselves in the music industry — and now, they want to share the love and support

Yungblud & Roger Daltrey • On staying fashionable in music, how ego ruined social media, and saying ‘no fucking way’ to ‘The Voice’

Pink Pantheress & Kaytranada • Two of dance music’s best young artists on avoiding sunlight, weird collaborations, and having the confidence to work with your heroes

Rina Sawayama & Shania Twain • On loving their queer fans, the challenges of autobiographical songwriting, and what they learned from difficult childhoods

Chloe x Halle & the Isley Brothers • Two of pop’s great sibling acts on finding inspiration and trying not to annoy each other

The DJ and the War Crimes • Thirty years after an infamous death squad massacred civilians in Bosnia, none of Arkan’s Tigers have stood trial for their alleged part in those crimes. And for the past few decades, one of them has been spinning trance records at European festivals and clubs

The Generous Life and Tragic Death of Young Dolph • The Memphis rapper’s family and friends remember an artist of intensity and passion, cut down in his prime

Music

Movies

Angela Bassett • The iconic actress on the lessons of marriage and the power of saying no


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