The newest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now podcast is a special Musicians on Musicians edition, drawing on our recent package of one-of-a-kind interviews. The show starts off with Lil Wayne revealing the secrets of his craft to Lil Baby, moderated by Dewayne Gage. Next up is an intimate conversation on songwriting and the bumpy course of the music industry between two artists who are already friends, Brittany Howard and Margo Price, moderated by Marissa R. Moss. Finally, Metallica’s Lars Ulrich and Phoebe Bridgers find an unexpected amount of common ground in a chat moderated by Kory Grow.
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