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The 50 Worst Decisions in Music History

Horrible business moves, artistic blunders, deeply questionable moral judgment — with appearances by Adam Levine, Kiss, Kanye West, and many more

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The 2024 battle lines are being drawn, and the GOP’s far-right base is looking for a candidate that is truly based

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While a recent ruling from a little-known copyright judge panel has songwriters cautiously optimistic, much more is needed, songwriters say

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Kanye West Used Porn, Bullying, ‘Mind Games’ to Control Staff

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Welcome to Rolling Stone’s 2022 Musicians on Musicians package where two great artists come together for a free, open conversation about life and music.

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