By John Stone This is an update of my article ‘UK Department of Health Deliberately Exposes Vulnerable Population to Flu Infection’ of May last year as the British government rolls out the program to entire school population this autumn (a...
Some very ’90s advice on how to have cybersex on the internet. A new study finds that men are more attracted to women who listen to them. Rolling Stone profiles CeCe McDonald. Alexandra and Elizabeth Deustch on why we need a new ERA. “I won’t presume to speak for all women of color so I will [...]
Katy Perry threw a little shade in her recent Rolling Stone cover story but, as far as I can tell, told no lies. Little Monsters are still reeling at the prospect of the Prism diva possibly taking aim at Lady Gaga‘s martyr antics (she never mentioned her by name) but the world has already moved on.... More »
Poor Katy Perry. She and ex-husband Russell Brand called it quits way back in 2011, but she still can't escape questions about the split. In the Aug. 14 issue of Rolling Stone, the 29-year-old singer opens up about the end of her 14-month...Show More Summary
Rolling Stone magazine has caught up to the new Lana Del Rey music video for her single “Ultraviolence” and it’s already causing a commotion all over YouTube and various forms of social media. The song is clearly about a somewhat fatal attraction to an abusive significant other with lyrics like “He hit me and it
We guess time doesn't heal all wounds…at least not for Katy Perry! In an interview with Rolling Stone, Katy admits to the mag that her divorce from Russell Brand was the "death of a dream." Katy goes on to explain: "It was emotionally traumatic for me. I was in fairy tale land, and the reality of [...]
Katy Perry has taken a lot of flack for cultural appropriation. Not only for her infamous geisha performance at the 2013 AMAs but also for her new mummy dancers on her Prism tour. But Katy insists that has nothing to do with caricaturing black women as some have suggested. She says she wants to address body issues [...]
In her latest Rolling Stone feature, Katy Perry addresses the accusations of cultural appropriation that have followed her throughout her career. Based on her response, it's clearly something she's thought about quite critically: "I guess I'll just stick to baseball and hot dogs, and that's it," she says. Oh, boy. Read more...
She caused a stir on her Prismatic tour when she brought mummies on stage for a tune, and Katy Perry is speaking to Rolling Stone magazine about the reason behind the controversial stage directions. After plenty of media outlets accused...Show More Summary
Get your cultural appropriation thinkpieces ready: Katy Perry is issuing a response to the critics and/or haters lashing out at her for using mummies and Egyptian cultural iconography in her work, as evidenced on her Prismatic World Tour and her “Dark Horse” music video. Her reasoning? Kim Kardashian. Wait, what? From her upcoming cover story... More »
Katy Perry covers the new issue of Rolling Stone and inside the magazine, the "Roar" singer is her usual, charmingly candid self, opening up on topics as wide-ranging as her friendship with Madonna, and her plans to get knocked up. On...Show More Summary
It’s been nearly a decade since Missy Elliott’s last solo album, 2005?s “The Cookbook,” but Timbaland says a new one may be on its way. “It’s coming,” the rapper’s longtime producer and songwriting partner tells Rolling Stone. “It’s on her.
Katy Perry shows off her green hair on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine’s latest issue, on newsstands this Friday. Here’s what the 29-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag: On being accused of cultural insensitivity over the years: “As far as the mummy thing, I based it on plastic surgery. Look at someone [...]
Green streaked hair, double rainbow shirt, seriously, this bright array of colors is synonymous with Katy Perry! THIS is how she does it and she looks FLAWLESS! Granted this isn't as epic as her past Rolling Stone covers (kisses in place of bra cups anyone??), but it's pretty incredible. Just look at that intense gaze and those [...]
Just announced: Primus – the thrash funk eccentrics – will release their eighth studio album in October, and according to Rolling Stone, the whole kit and kaboodle will be a tribute to the 1971 film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory! The LP, entitled Primus and the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble will feature
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By NICK MURRAY It's been nearly a decade since Missy Elliott's last solo album, 2005's "The Cookbook," but Timbaland says a new one may be on its way. "It's coming," the rapper's longtime producer and songwriting partner tells Rolling Stone. Show More Summary
Mick Jagger has been a James Brown fan for actual decades. The Rolling Stones lead singer, who turned 71 on Sunday, has admitted he copied many of Brown's dance moves on stage. As the men rose to prominence as two of the biggest singers of the 1960s, they even became acquaintances. Show More Summary
Jacques Heemskerk, research scientist: 'When the CD came in, I got rid of all my old Rolling Stones and Beatles vinyl. It still hurts' In the 1970s, Philips felt that the vinyl disc was coming to the end of its lifetime, because it was cumbersome, dusty and scratchy. Show More Summary
From the haunting opening chords to the final fade out, "Gimme Shelter" is one of the Rolling Stone's rawest tunes, all storms and war and bleak outlook on the world at large. And while the British boys did their thing, Merry Clayton's powerful, piercing backing vocal truly made the song—and the story behind the recording is fantastic. Read more...
From Rolling Stone: “It’s like I gave myself a 40th birthday present 20 years ago.” Nas has been in a reflective mood of late, performing an extended victory lap to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his landmark debut album Illmatic. Show More Summary