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Rolling Stone

July/August 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

Love Letters & Advice

Capturing the Joy of Billie Eilish

Black Pumas Celebrate the Return of Live

Clairo’s Heart of the Country • Her early success gave her millions of fans but left her feeling adrift, so she headed to the Catskills and dug deeper

The Dark Glamour of Depeche Mode

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

Ask Croz

A Jewel From Prince’s Vault • How an album that he recorded and shelved in 2010 made its way out to the world

A Festival Dream Deferred No More • How Questlove brought the Harlem Cultural Festival back to the screen after 50 years

BIG-SCREEN BALLERS • As ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ hits theaters on July 16th, we look back at some of the all-time great cinematic performances by NBA stars … and a few that bricked

The Righteous Anger of Annie Murphy • The ‘Schitt’s Creek’ star pivots to comedy’s dark side in a new role as a stifled housewife

RS Charts • This could be the first time in a decade that a woman has the biggest song of the year

The Season’s Best Outdoor Gear • From tents to grills, games, and more, everything you need for summer fun

Yola Rises Up for a New Day • After a life full of trials, the British singer is ready to meet her moment

Liz Phair • On her first album in 11 years, the lessons of ‘Exile in Guyville,’ and why she identifies with Britney Spears

The Forever-Trump Movement Has Won • The 45th president lost an election and incited a failed insurrection, but his grip on the GOP is absolute. What’s next for a party at war with democracy — and the future?

Tax the Rich! Also the Very Affluent! But Mainly the Rich! • Republicans say tax cuts pay for themselves. They never do. How about we try something that actually does work?

Shakedown in the Amazon • How Brazil’s president is trying to hold the rainforest hostage and profit off the climate crisis

Billie Eilish and the Pursuit of Happiness • The pop superstar’s new album is a stunner. But she had to walk a dark road to get there

JAZMINE SULLIVAN • Houston’s resurgent rap scene, Hollywood’s new breakout star, vape alternatives, the Travis Barker-aissance, and more

HOT SOUND AMAPIANO • The genre is ruling South Africa — and coming to a dance floor near you

Hot Reboot Gossip Girl • NYC’s sexiest, scheming-est prepsters are back

Hot Author Torrey Peters • Detransition, Baby is the subversive read of 2021

Hot Post-Vape On-the-Go Edibles • WEED EDIBLES are more popular than ever. That’s because they’ve overcome a notorious problem: When marijuana goes through the digestive process, it can be hard to tell how high you’ll get or how long that high might last. Thanks to advances in weed technology (and years of nanotechnology R&D), brands across the country are releasing products that offer targeted highs that come on quickly and wear off by the time you need to drive home. Here, five different types of new weed tech and how they aim to get you high.

HOT GENRE CLI-FI • Everyone’s writing about the end of the world. Go figure

Hot Cross-Generational Pop-Punk Ambassador Travis Barker • Blink-182’s drummer is loving his second life as an in-demand producer for Gen-Z stars

Hot Director John Lee • A filmmaker who’s known for twisted humor pivots to surreal horror

Hot Mindset Post-Trump Brain Freedom • The Orange One is gone (sort of) but not forgotten. How America...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 152 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: July/August 2021

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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

Love Letters & Advice

Capturing the Joy of Billie Eilish

Black Pumas Celebrate the Return of Live

Clairo’s Heart of the Country • Her early success gave her millions of fans but left her feeling adrift, so she headed to the Catskills and dug deeper

The Dark Glamour of Depeche Mode

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

Ask Croz

A Jewel From Prince’s Vault • How an album that he recorded and shelved in 2010 made its way out to the world

A Festival Dream Deferred No More • How Questlove brought the Harlem Cultural Festival back to the screen after 50 years

BIG-SCREEN BALLERS • As ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ hits theaters on July 16th, we look back at some of the all-time great cinematic performances by NBA stars … and a few that bricked

The Righteous Anger of Annie Murphy • The ‘Schitt’s Creek’ star pivots to comedy’s dark side in a new role as a stifled housewife

RS Charts • This could be the first time in a decade that a woman has the biggest song of the year

The Season’s Best Outdoor Gear • From tents to grills, games, and more, everything you need for summer fun

Yola Rises Up for a New Day • After a life full of trials, the British singer is ready to meet her moment

Liz Phair • On her first album in 11 years, the lessons of ‘Exile in Guyville,’ and why she identifies with Britney Spears

The Forever-Trump Movement Has Won • The 45th president lost an election and incited a failed insurrection, but his grip on the GOP is absolute. What’s next for a party at war with democracy — and the future?

Tax the Rich! Also the Very Affluent! But Mainly the Rich! • Republicans say tax cuts pay for themselves. They never do. How about we try something that actually does work?

Shakedown in the Amazon • How Brazil’s president is trying to hold the rainforest hostage and profit off the climate crisis

Billie Eilish and the Pursuit of Happiness • The pop superstar’s new album is a stunner. But she had to walk a dark road to get there

JAZMINE SULLIVAN • Houston’s resurgent rap scene, Hollywood’s new breakout star, vape alternatives, the Travis Barker-aissance, and more

HOT SOUND AMAPIANO • The genre is ruling South Africa — and coming to a dance floor near you

Hot Reboot Gossip Girl • NYC’s sexiest, scheming-est prepsters are back

Hot Author Torrey Peters • Detransition, Baby is the subversive read of 2021

Hot Post-Vape On-the-Go Edibles • WEED EDIBLES are more popular than ever. That’s because they’ve overcome a notorious problem: When marijuana goes through the digestive process, it can be hard to tell how high you’ll get or how long that high might last. Thanks to advances in weed technology (and years of nanotechnology R&D), brands across the country are releasing products that offer targeted highs that come on quickly and wear off by the time you need to drive home. Here, five different types of new weed tech and how they aim to get you high.

HOT GENRE CLI-FI • Everyone’s writing about the end of the world. Go figure

Hot Cross-Generational Pop-Punk Ambassador Travis Barker • Blink-182’s drummer is loving his second life as an in-demand producer for Gen-Z stars

Hot Director John Lee • A filmmaker who’s known for twisted humor pivots to surreal horror

Hot Mindset Post-Trump Brain Freedom • The Orange One is gone (sort of) but not forgotten. How America...


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