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Rolling Stone April 19, 2018

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Wakanda Forever many hearts beat faster when readers first saw this cover featuring Chadwick Boseman [“The Black Panther Revolution,” RS 1308]. What an exquisitely beautiful man. Coreen Steinbach Pompey, NY well-learned and studied. I greatly appreciate his contribution to our culture. What he brought to Black Panther has been nothing but transformative to African people around the globe. Taalib Saber Greenbelt, MD and now the massive success of Black Panther, Ryan Coogler is showing everyone why he is one of the best young directors in Hollywood. He has a very bright future ahead of him. Jeff Swanson Everett, WA the Star Wars for today’s black youth. They’ll want to explore, play and inhabit the world of Wakanda, soaking up every bit of the culture they can squeeze out of magazines, comics, the movie and more. Mark Langston Via…

the playlist

1. Pearl Jam “Can’t Deny Me” Pearl Jam’s first new song in five years is a bare-knuckled anti-Trump anthem. “You know you’re sick,” Eddie Vedder shouts over growling guitars. It’s the kind of arena-size rage not enough bands are going for these days. Welcome back, guys. 2. Amen Dunes “Believe” You can hear some Syd Barrett in the creepy yet captivating music of Amen Dunes (a.k.a. singer-songwriter Damon McMahon). This dark ballad is sweet, scary stuff. 3. Willie Nelson “Me and You” “It’s like I’m in some foreign country,” Nelson sings with resigned warmth over an easygoing shuffle. It’s the sound of hanging out with an eternal buddy helping you through hard times. 4. Illuminati Hotties “Paying Off the Happiness” “I could probably use a fourth job,” these L.A. punks muse, greeting the college-debt blues with the surfy charm of classic…

darius rucker

The Hootie-singer-turned-country-star, who is touring this summer with Lady Antebellum, picked tunes that forever altered how he heard music. Al Green “For the Good Times” As a kid, this was the first song that made me want to be a singer. You believe every word he sings, that he’s living in that moment. R.E.M. “So. Central Rain” You can hear the pain in Michael Stipe’s voice when he sings, “I’m sorry.” I’d never heard anything like it when it came out. The Notorious B.I.G. “The What” I played this 10 times in a row when I got my first B.I.G. album, and now I listen to it before I go onstage, because it pumps me up. Radney Foster “Old Silver” This is the consummate country song, since you aren’t sure if he’s singing about a horse or a man. It’s one of…

high times with the black beatles

It didn't make the news, but a couple of months back Slim Jxmmi drove his Ferrari into a fence. “It was a beautiful Ferrari,” says his younger brother, Swae Lee. Together they make up the pop-rap duo Rae Sremmurd; they’re in their home studio in the suburbs north of L.A. “I played chicken with traffic,” Jxmmi explains. “I woke up from this party, don’t even know where my shirt was, got in the Ferrari, no shirt on.” A few blocks from his house, he blew a red light, overcooked a turn and crashed. “Drove home with the front dragging on the ground,” he says. Swae shakes his head: “He fucked that motherfucker up.” Jxmmi grins. “It was a rental. I just got my license, so now I’m actually gonna buy…

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