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  1. Rolling Stone‘s quoted, “For at least the past decade, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter has been the world’s greatest living entertainer.” Do you agree?
  2. Rolling Stone now naming names, here’s what they featured in the new article. Greenhill and her boss, Tri Star CEO Lou Taylor, are both fighting Rosengart’s quest to depose them on video — as well as his subpoenas demanding all documents and communications related to “electronic surveillance, cloning or monitoring of Britney’s phone,” anything related to Tri Star’s compensation from the estate and anything regarding Britney’s medical care, the singer’s claim she was coerced to work and the alleged bugging of Britney’s bedroom. Rosengart issued the subpoenas after Greenhill was specifically singled out in blockbuster statements made by former Spears security staffer Alex Vlasov in the New York Times documentary, Controlling Britney Spears. According to Vlasov, Greenhill was on a group chat with Britney’s dad Jamie Spears and Vlasov’s boss, Edan Yemini, head of Black Box security, that dissected “every step” Britney took during the depths of her court-ordered conservatorship. “Even in the sacred place, her home, every single request was monitored and recorded. Her intimate relations were closely managed,” Vlasov said. “You know, Britney could not have someone in the privacy of her house without those three people knowing.” Vlasov claimed that at one point, Yemini “had an audio recording device put into Britney’s bedroom.” He also said it was Greenhill who proposed setting up an iPad loaded with Britney’s iCloud account so it would “mirror” all her activity. The system purportedly allowed the trio to see all the singer’s messages, notes, call logs, browser history, and photographs. In a Nov. 4 sworn statement accompanying her motion to quash the subpoenas, Greenhill claimed “no one at Tri Star has ever suggested monitoring Ms. Spears’ electronic communications.” She also denied any knowledge of a “hidden electronic surveillance device placed in Ms. Spears’ bedroom” and suggested Rosengart’s request for records dating back 14 years was “grossly overbroad” because Tri Star wasn’t involved in Britney’s career or the creation of the conservatorship in early February 2008. “Tri Star played no part whatsoever in suggesting the establishment of the conservatorship,” Greenhill wrote. According to Rosengart and his co-counsel Kyle Freeny, Greenhill’s statements were false. In a July 1 sworn statement, Freeny told the court that Black Box Security had produced Word documents containing screenshots of Britney’s text messages that Yemini circulated via email to both Jamie and Greenhill without comment between 2016 and 2019. Rosengart claims Tri Star made more than $18 million from Britney’s estate during her conservatorship. He contends Tri Star’s unwillingness to answer his questions shows the company “has much to hide.” He has alleged Taylor improperly used estate funds to pay for expenses, such as an advertisement in The Hollywood Reporter and personal legal fees. Read More: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/britney-spears-spying-court-case-tri-star-robin-greenhill-1387040/
  3. Christina was interviewed by rolling stone about this new masteclass, here’s what she says: I believe in platforms that encourage and inspire creative voices to be heard. It’s great that MasterClass allows people to share insight and personal experiences in easy-to-access bites of information. I was an early believer and investor in the company, and am so proud of the work that’s been done, especially the library of education that’s been built by the instructors. There’s also no one way of teaching or learning. Everyone and everybody’s experience is different and unique. And that’s what’s so great about the classes – they are built around individual stories and journeys, and all it takes is that one little line or lesson or word of encouragement that can trigger inspiration for someone… opening the floodgate for an aspiring talent. I never got any formal training growing up in the business, and I wasn’t taught in any structured school setting. Instead, I was taught by listening and feeling and learning to dig into my own stories and past, to create my vocal sound and future lyrics and albums. My lessons not only walk you through [the] ways I’ve learned over the years, but to technically open, warm up and sustain my vocal ability. Also, you’ll learn the ways in how I manage the nerves and mental anxieties that come with being a performer, which can be half the battle! The session in particular dives deeper into breaking down the insight I give and honing in on things I’ve experienced since my last class was offered. My fans are already so creative, and I know they appreciate authenticity, being a place that’s important for me to come from. I love sharing and hopefully inspiring future generations through what I’ve built over decades and how they can build from that. Given that I also grew up in a generation where privacy is valued to the fullest, and not overly sharing on social media or putting out too much content, they know that when I do speak up or release something, it’s something I value and believe in fully. Read More: https://www.rollingstone.com/product-recommendations/lifestyle/christina-aguilera-masterclass-review-price-1380873/
  4. In a printed interview with rolling stone, December 11, 2008, Britney described an unheard song from the circus era that sounds like she’s describing Jamie & Lou Taylor. In her description she talks about certain individuals swooping into her world uninvitedly.
  5. Rolling Stone say that The one-time triple threat is turning into the king of ‘cringe’. Here is what Brittany Spanos wrote in this new article: At the turn of the century, Timberlake dominated every facet of pop culture. He was the de facto breakout star of dominating boy band *NSYNC and the boyfriend of pop princess Britney Spears. When both those parts of his life ended in uniquely dramatic fashions, he spun it into solo superstardom. Twenty years ago this fall, he made his mark with Justified. Four years after, Future***/LoveSounds would secure him enough industry good faith and clout for at least a decade more. …Over the last few years, however, things have changed drastically for for pop’s Bad-ish Boy-Next-Door. He took several long breaks between albums that eventually gained responses ranging from tepid to horrified (2018’s Man of the Woods, anyone?) and he hasn’t exactly taken over Hollywood. On top of some career missteps, public opinion on some of his actions as a budding star have been revisited, like the Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction that cost Janet Jackson her career and the way he made Britney Spears a villain after their break-up. The blowback was so loud that Timberlake had to issue a public apology to both women, though both Jackson and Spears have denied harboring any ill will towards him. …All of this made it incredibly difficult for Timberlake — who like many of his early millennium peers was as known for his dancing as he was his singing — to survive the public embarrassment of messing up the Beat Ya Feet dance. In a viral video from his performance at Pharrell’s Something in the Water festival that could possibly loom over his career larger than anything else mentioned so far, the teen idol gives hardcore awkward dad energy for the first time in his music career. It’s as harrowing to the millennial psyche as it is unbearably cringe-y to the numerous TikTok creators who spent a week roasting how he turned the DC specialty into an Irish jig. Read More: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/justin-timberlake-tiktok-cringe-podcast-dont-let-this-flop-1374158/
  6. Lali talks Britney Spears' Blackout. She tells Rolling Stone: "The first time we spoke I said: 'Let's make an album like Blackout and she replied: 'Faaa, I love it! I always thought about that,'" says De Tommaso about perhaps the only direct reference they put at work. But Spears' most influential album in 2007, a masterpiece he made while his life was at a peak of conflict, was not a guide to how this new Lali material should sound. “ Blackout as an example of sound change. What we are doing is not that it sounds like that album, what we do represents a transition," Galán explains. "Blackout is more personal than Britney Jean, the album that Britney promotes as the most personal. This album by Lali is an expression of freedom after having gone through other albums in which she followed more instructions." Read More: https://es.rollingstone.com/lali-en-rolling-stone-disciplina-y-diversion-con-la-diva-sonada-del-pop-argentino-arg/
  7. Megan Thee Stallion is on the cover of Rolling Stone's July/August Hot Issue. Looking hot 🥵 She reveals that she wants Tory Lanez to be jailed for shooting her & she plans to release her second studio album this summer.
  8. Blackpink’s Jennie is beautiful on Rolling Stone’s digital solo cover 🌺
  9. BLACKPINK set to make history as the first K-pop girl group to cover Rolling Stone and third overall, following Destiny’s Child and Spice Girls. Here’s an BTS exclusive of the shoot 😍👑
  10. 1. Into You 2. no tears left to cry 3. ghostin 4. bad idea 5. thank u, next 6. One Last Time 7. Touch It 8. imagine 9. Rain On Me 10. God is a woman Do you agree with these choices? https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/50-best-ariana-grande-songs-1343919/god-is-a-woman-2018-1343931/
  11. Pink trashed Rolling Stone after they posted their top 25 Grammy performances list. "Bahahahaha you guys have been irrelevant since 1990," she wrote. "This is the magazine that used to feature people like John Lennon and Muddy Waters. Hunter S Thompson wrote political pieces- they put Tina Turner on their cover. Then they sold out and all credibility went to **** when 'style over substance' and 'revenue over authenticity' went into play," she continued. "That's when Snooki became acceptable coverage. Give me a f--king break. Do your homework. You don't have to like me or my music or anything about me- and believe me I could give a s--t- but this is the biggest sellout in f--king history when it comes to a publication we all once trusted," she went on. "F--k rolling stone. And I've felt that way for decades as so many of my favorite artists and my peers have. This isn't just about their horrendous opinion of 'rating Grammy performances'. It's decades of wasting Trees and people's time."
  12. Rolling stone has a special Pride issue celebrating the icons of the LGBTQ community such as Madonna, Cher, Britney spears and others. Plus LGBTQ pop artists like Halsey, Adam Lambert and a few others. However adding more erasure, they didn't include Janet Jackson, and that's basically erasing her impact on the LGBTQ community especially for people of color.
  13. Rolling Stone published a list of what they consider the 30 ***iest videos of all time. At #4, I'm a Slave 4 U by Britney Spears: You can see the full list here
  14. On April 15, 1999, Britney Spears appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. In the picture shot by David LaChapelle (who would continue collaborating with Britney in future projects throughout her career) Britney appears lying in a bed covered with hot pink satin sheets, wearing some dotted pj shorts, her unbuttoned shirt revealing a black bra, a telephone in her left hand, and her right arm wrapped around a Tinky Winky doll from the Teletubbies. "Inside the Heart, Mind & Bedroom Of a Teen Dream" was the headline, surrounded by other stories about Cher, Bill Maher, Norm Macdonald, the Hole & Marilyn Manson tour and the lost tribes of the Amazon. Steven Daly starts the article talking about her "honeyed thigh" and the logo of her t-shirt "distended by her ample chest". The interview took place at Britney's home in Louisiana while she was recovering from the surgery after a knee injury she got during a dance rehearsal. With just one single out, 1998's ...Baby One More Time, and the album just recently released a few months prior, she was already on top of the world. They also dived a bit on the breakup with her ex-boyfriend Reg, as well as the rumors that linked her romantically to members of NSYNC and Backstreet Boys Britney also reflects in the kind of music the label ultimately made her record, as well as the origin of the ...Baby One More Time music video. You can read the full article here. Britney and David would later talk about the controversial photoshoot that caused a lot of criticism among parental groups that were concerned about the message Britney was sending to kids. She also covered the magazine several times throughout the years Related:
  15. And just like that, Rolling Stone lost what little credibility they had by dubbing a boy band as one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time. There was nothing rock and roll about One Direction at all. Glad Rolling Stone is getting called out.
  16. Chromatica is #9 and is already expected to be the first album of 2020 to sell a million copies pure worldwide, Future Nostalgia is #6. But the top 3 is all Female (rare) and even rare two are pop driven albums. #3 Rare Selena Gomez ( that has to make my breatheheavy bestie @Roxxy happy about the acknowledgement of Selena's Best work to date) #2 Manic by Halsey (still the only 2020 release to be certified platinum by the RIAA) #1 The controversial album in terms of public vs. The critics. The critics praised the album to universal acclaim and was the first 100 for awhile on metacritic. The public score is actually the first low a 6.7 public score which many can't find what's all the raving about. According to Rolling stone the best album of 2020 is.... Fetch the bolt cutters by The original Alternative teen queen Fiona Apple who declared at the 1997 VMAS that the world is Bullish for people worshipping the ground celebrities walk on. That comment was highly criticized.
  17. The Lambs are dragging Rolling Stone once again for not including Mariah Carey's "Vision of Love" on the 100 greatest debut singles of all time. It's no secret... Rolling Stone never loved Mariah Carey at all. They only gave her two covers in the 90s cause that's how big she was. Kind of like how RS never had love for Janet Jackson in the way they did for Michael Jackson. Rolling Stone was team Whitney Houston through and through. The Lambs knows that Mariah Carey was never a RS fav. Mariah Carey being a Christian and always preaching her faith is very un rock and roll to the ultimate rock and roll bible. Her feminine girly girl image goes against the masculine/androgynous type females they prefer the likes of Madonna or Beyoncé. A lot of her personal beliefs is everything Rolling Stone is against. Do you believe RS has it out for Mariah Carey and her legacy? @JordanMiller @Roxxy
  18. In the year 2000 Rolling stone interviewed Madonna as the cover star (the most covers for a female in a magazine that is dubbed The Rock and Roll Bible). She said some interesting things about the teen pop scene amd basically dragged us along with our favs. RS: What do you think about the musical landscape in America? M: (Smirks) Thinking does not really come into the picture. (She dragged us in that comment) RS: When is the reign of teen pop going to end? It always goes in cycles, but.... M: But can a reaction hurry up, please? Will someone just start puking? Can we have some version of the punk-rock movement again? RS: In the meantime, the current crop is still hanging on. M: What- Kiddie bands? I hope not much longer. We always talk about it at our house. Because there are so many great people in the music business who are languishing right now. Especially a lot of great English bands. You talk to the guys From Massive attack. or Tricky, or Goldie or any of those people- it's like there's no outlet for any of their music. Record companies don't know what to do with them. I mean, the only people buying records is teenagers. God, it's depressing. I mean, I hope people like my music. RS: Please, you know they will. M: Listen, I swear to you- I don't know anything. It's a slippery slide to get on. And I keep my fingers crossed. I have the best intentions. I worked hard, that's all I can do, you know? RS: It's an interesting visual, your album nestled amid all the dreck in the Top 10. M: I Know, well....who knows? I mean, I've been told I inspired Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears (rolls her eyes) so maybe it's not so strange that I could be in the mix of them.
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