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Just Because AI-Generated Rap Songs Go Viral Doesn't Mean They're Good
The fact that so many rap fans keep clamoring about how “real” they sound is an unfortunate sign of the times
We Have to Lower the Voting Age to 16, Right Now
The science is clear. So are the ethics. It’s time to give teens the right to vote
Rolling Stone on Climate Crisis
'The Fuse Has Been Blown,' and the Doomsday Glacier Is Coming for Us All
New data suggests a massive collapse of the ice shelf in as little as five years. “We are dealing with an event that no human has ever witnessed,” says one scientist. “We have no analog…
This Simple Math Problem Could Be the Key to Solving Our Climate Crisis
It’s our last shot to save the planet, and these are the numbers that could change the end of the story
Rolling Stone on Music
Kings of Leon Will Be the First Band to Release an Album as an NFT
The band’s revolutionary tokens will unlock special perks like limited-edition vinyl and front row seats to future concerts
Ed Sheeran Confesses: Tears, Trauma, and Those Bad Habits
When he became a dad, his ‘party boy’ days ended. Then tragedy struck, forcing him to face his hidden dark side — and hit his hottest creative streak.
Rolling Stone on Music Industry
The Music Industry Is About to Put Out a Lot of Very, Very Uplifting Songs
As social distancing stretches on, songwriters, labels, and music supervisors all want one thing: Songs that are happy
Rolling Stone on Russia
That Uplifting Tweet You Just Shared? A Russian Troll Sent It
Here’s what Russia’s 2020 disinformation operations look like, according to two experts on social media and propaganda.
Rolling Stone on Taylor Swift
Musicians on Musicians: Taylor Swift & Paul McCartney
On songwriting secrets, making albums at home, and what they’ve learned during the pandemic. The first in a series of new conversations between artists
Rolling Stone on Trump
Trump's Killing Spree: The Inside Story of His Race to Execute Every Prisoner He Could
Before 2020, there had been three federal executions in 60 years. Then Trump put 13 people to death in six months
Rolling Stone on TV
70 Greatest Comedies of the 21st Century
From rom-coms to raunch-coms, ‘Anchorman’ to ‘Girls Trip’ —our updated list of the funniest movies of the millennium so far
100 Best Sitcoms of All Time
From family stories to band-of-misfits hangouts, classic rom-coms to workplace mockumentaries, cringe comedies to antihero showcases, and some shows that defy definition, these are the hundred seri…
Rolling Stone on USA
The Unraveling of America
Anthropologist Wade Davis on how COVID-19 signals the end of the American era
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The 100 Greatest TV Shows of All Time
A ranking of the most game-changing, side-splitting, tear-jerking, mind-blowing, world-building, genre-busting programs in television history, from the medium’s inception in the early 20th century …
Inside Taylor Hawkins' Final Days as a Foo Fighter
The legendary drummer went all-out for the band he loved. But in the months before he died on tour, Hawkins told multiple friends he “couldn’t fucking do it anymore”
'These Kids Are Dying' — Inside the Overdose Crisis Sweeping Fort Bragg
A staggering total of 109 soldiers assigned to Fort Bragg died in 2020 and 2021. Dozens have lost their lives there to drug overdoses. Now, their families are demanding answers — and accountability…
How Harry Styles Became the World's Most Wanted Man
The global pop icon makes it all look easy — even when it definitely isn’t. opens up about his huge year, his two new films, his fans’ relationship with Olivia Wilde, activism, sexualit…
How 'Disney Adults' Became the Most Hated Group on the Internet
“People were saying Disney fans are a plague upon society,” says one expert. “That they will be the end of Western civilization”
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Rolling Stone on Social Media
Who Is @Catturd2, the Sh-tposting King of MAGA Twitter?
How one cranky Florida man caught the ear of Donald Trump, Elon Musk and Tucker Carlson — with fart jokes
Emma Chamberlain Is in an ‘Existential Crisis 24/7.’ Let's Get Into It
She revolutionized YouTube just by being her quirky, teenage self. Now, she’s pondering life’s big questions — and totally cool with having no answers