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List rollingstone's Instagram Vince Staples discusses what to expect from his upcoming Life Aquatic tour in our new feature. "We're doing bigger venues. I want it to get to the point that someone who's never been to my show, never even heard a song of mine, they can enjoy what they're seeing and what's being done on the stage," he says. Staples also discusses hip-hop activism and Donald Trump. Go to RollingStone.com for the full story. Photograph by Andrew Benge 1453718687521744418_11833370

Vince Staples discusses what to expect from his upcoming Life Aquatic tour in our new feature. "We're doing bigger venues. I want it to get to the point that someone who's never been to my show, never even heard a song of mine, they can enjoy what they're seeing and what's being done on the stage," he says. Staples also discusses hip-hop activism and Donald Trump. Go to RollingStone.com for the full story. Photograph by Andrew Benge

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List rollingstone's Instagram We talk to the young American radicals joining Europeans to fight ISIS on the front lines of Syria in our new feature. “If they want to join us, they must have an ideal that is not just killing or destroying. They can be anarchists, socialists, leftists, whatever. But they must feel like this revolution is their revolution. Because these are ideals that people are dying for,” Karim Franceschi says. Head to RollingStone.com to read in full. Photograph by Brace Belden 1452981499653808382_11833370

We talk to the young American radicals joining Europeans to fight ISIS on the front lines of Syria in our new feature. “If they want to join us, they must have an ideal that is not just killing or destroying. They can be anarchists, socialists, leftists, whatever. But they must feel like this revolution is their revolution. Because these are ideals that people are dying for,” Karim Franceschi says. Head to RollingStone.com to read in full. Photograph by Brace Belden

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List rollingstone's Instagram From Robin Williams to Joan Rivers, we ranked the 50 best stand-up comics of all time. From old-school nightclub veterans to alt-comedy legends, these comedians simultaneously wake us up to the weird, wonderful possibilities of the world around us and make us howl like blithering idiots. Visit RollingStone.com for the full list. 1452481663288532111_11833370

From Robin Williams to Joan Rivers, we ranked the 50 best stand-up comics of all time. From old-school nightclub veterans to alt-comedy legends, these comedians simultaneously wake us up to the weird, wonderful possibilities of the world around us and make us howl like blithering idiots. Visit RollingStone.com for the full list.

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List rollingstone's Instagram Happy birthday, Ed Sheeran! The singer-songwriter returned from a year-long hiatus in January with singles “Shape of You” and “Castle on the Hill.” The tracks appear on his upcoming album ‘÷,’ due out March 3. Just over a week after its release, the two-time Grammy winner is hitting the road in support of his third studio LP. Photograph by Dustin Cohen 1452200717691852918_11833370

Happy birthday, Ed Sheeran! The singer-songwriter returned from a year-long hiatus in January with singles “Shape of You” and “Castle on the Hill.” The tracks appear on his upcoming album ‘÷,’ due out March 3. Just over a week after its release, the two-time Grammy winner is hitting the road in support of his third studio LP. Photograph by Dustin Cohen

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List rollingstone's Instagram Shania Twain tells us about creating her first album in 15 years. “I told anyone getting involved musically to forget about my other records. I didn’t want it to be related to Mutt’s productions at all. I wanted a more organic approach,” she says. Head to RollingStone.com for the full feature. Photograph by Brantley Gutierrez 1451769163203022325_11833370

Shania Twain tells us about creating her first album in 15 years. “I told anyone getting involved musically to forget about my other records. I didn’t want it to be related to Mutt’s productions at all. I wanted a more organic approach,” she says. Head to RollingStone.com for the full feature. Photograph by Brantley Gutierrez

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List rollingstone's Instagram Lena Dunham opens up about the final season of 'Girls' in our new candid interview. "To do a traditional everybody-gets-their-happy-ending finale didn't feel right. At the same time, we wanted people to have the satisfaction of closure. I think we found kind of a creative way to do that. We'll see if other people feel the same way," she says. Dunham also discusses being blamed for Hillary Clinton's loss, Adam Driver’s role in ‘Star Wars’ and more. Go to RollingStone.com to read in full. 1451509309124044633_11833370

Lena Dunham opens up about the final season of 'Girls' in our new candid interview. "To do a traditional everybody-gets-their-happy-ending finale didn't feel right. At the same time, we wanted people to have the satisfaction of closure. I think we found kind of a creative way to do that. We'll see if other people feel the same way," she says. Dunham also discusses being blamed for Hillary Clinton's loss, Adam Driver’s role in ‘Star Wars’ and more. Go to RollingStone.com to read in full.

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List rollingstone's Instagram Download the latest ‘Rolling Stone Music Now’ podcast on iTunes and Spotify on the current state of rock & roll. We have an in-depth debate on whether or not rock is still alive. 1450765972365892409_11833370

Download the latest ‘Rolling Stone Music Now’ podcast on iTunes and Spotify on the current state of rock & roll. We have an in-depth debate on whether or not rock is still alive.

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List rollingstone's Instagram Cage The Elephant honored Tom Petty with a performance at Dhani Harrison's annual Grammy party, the Wammys. The Grammy winners sang Petty and the Heartbreakers' "Mary Jane's Last Dance" for the partygoers, including members of the band. Visit RollingStone.com for our full coverage of the Grammys. Photograph by Annie Lesser 1450339642386096318_11833370

Cage The Elephant honored Tom Petty with a performance at Dhani Harrison's annual Grammy party, the Wammys. The Grammy winners sang Petty and the Heartbreakers' "Mary Jane's Last Dance" for the partygoers, including members of the band. Visit RollingStone.com for our full coverage of the Grammys. Photograph by Annie Lesser

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List rollingstone's Instagram ‘Wayne’s World’ hit theaters 25 years ago today. Based on a popular ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch featuring Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, the film has shown remarkable endurance since its release. The famous “Bohemian Rhapsody” scene is still the most associated moment with the movie today. Myers based the sequence on his memories of arguing with his friends over who got to sing which “Galileo!” whenever the song came on the radio. Go to RollingStone.com for more little-known facts, like Myers recruiting Nirvana for the sequel and the origin of Wayne Campbell. 1450047262888602116_11833370

‘Wayne’s World’ hit theaters 25 years ago today. Based on a popular ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch featuring Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, the film has shown remarkable endurance since its release. The famous “Bohemian Rhapsody” scene is still the most associated moment with the movie today. Myers based the sequence on his memories of arguing with his friends over who got to sing which “Galileo!” whenever the song came on the radio. Go to RollingStone.com for more little-known facts, like Myers recruiting Nirvana for the sequel and the origin of Wayne Campbell.

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List rollingstone's Instagram Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots shocked the audience at the Grammys when they accepted their Best Pop Duo/Group Performance award in their underwear. For more backstage and red carpet photos of Adele, Lady Gaga and more, head to RollingStone.com. Taken on Pixel, Phone by Google by Christopher Polk (@polkimaging) for Rolling Stone. 1449614533038680214_11833370

Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots shocked the audience at the Grammys when they accepted their Best Pop Duo/Group Performance award in their underwear. For more backstage and red carpet photos of Adele, Lady Gaga and more, head to RollingStone.com. Taken on Pixel, Phone by Google by Christopher Polk (@polkimaging) for Rolling Stone.

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List rollingstone's Instagram Tupac Shakur released ‘All Eyez on Me’ 21 years ago today. The release made our list of 100 best albums of the Nineties for his rhymes and icon status. The rapper burned a hole through America with the double LP filled with bluster, bravado, Cali funk and his towering ego. 1449300393107509738_11833370

Tupac Shakur released ‘All Eyez on Me’ 21 years ago today. The release made our list of 100 best albums of the Nineties for his rhymes and icon status. The rapper burned a hole through America with the double LP filled with bluster, bravado, Cali funk and his towering ego.

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List rollingstone's Instagram Beyoncé performed tracks "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" at the Grammy Awards tonight. The full LP 'Lemonade' is nominated for Album of the Year, one of the singer's nine nods this year. This show marked Beyoncé's first public appearance since announcing she and Jay Z are expecting twins. Photograph by Kevin Winter 1448991281039737951_11833370

Beyoncé performed tracks "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" at the Grammy Awards tonight. The full LP 'Lemonade' is nominated for Album of the Year, one of the singer's nine nods this year. This show marked Beyoncé's first public appearance since announcing she and Jay Z are expecting twins. Photograph by Kevin Winter

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List rollingstone's Instagram The 59th annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles promises to be an exciting night with some of the biggest artists in the music industry. We spent the day with Mike Posner to see what it’s been like for the ”I Took a Pill in Ibiza" singer-songwriter. It’s also his 29th birthday, so happy birthday, Mike! Photograph by the1point8 (@the1point8) with the Pixel, Phone by Google. 1448944540126903859_11833370

The 59th annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles promises to be an exciting night with some of the biggest artists in the music industry. We spent the day with Mike Posner to see what it’s been like for the ”I Took a Pill in Ibiza" singer-songwriter. It’s also his 29th birthday, so happy birthday, Mike! Photograph by the1point8 (@the1point8) with the Pixel, Phone by Google.

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List rollingstone's Instagram Ahead of the Grammy Awards tonight, we predicted who will win and who should win some of the biggest categories. From Album of the Year to Best New Artist, we weighed in on Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' and more. To follow along on music's biggest night, head to RollingStone.com. 1448645971004276320_11833370

Ahead of the Grammy Awards tonight, we predicted who will win and who should win some of the biggest categories. From Album of the Year to Best New Artist, we weighed in on Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' and more. To follow along on music's biggest night, head to RollingStone.com.

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List rollingstone's Instagram From Alec Baldwin to Jay Pharoah, we compiled a list of the most savage political impersonations on 'Saturday Night Live.' The comedy show always channeled its sharpest political humor leading up to each presidential election, but these impressions have made a lasting impact. Go to RollingStone.com for all 20 performances. 1447932927756375230_11833370

From Alec Baldwin to Jay Pharoah, we compiled a list of the most savage political impersonations on 'Saturday Night Live.' The comedy show always channeled its sharpest political humor leading up to each presidential election, but these impressions have made a lasting impact. Go to RollingStone.com for all 20 performances.

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List rollingstone's Instagram David Bowie performed as Ziggy Stardust for the first time 45 years ago today. This character combined music and theater as an otherworldly being who came to Earth to save it, but instead found rock and roll. “I couldn’t decide whether I was writing the characters, or whether the characters were writing me, or whether we were all one and the same,” Bowie once said. For all things Bowie, go to RollingStone.com. Photograph by Ilpo Musto 1447130433190971093_11833370

David Bowie performed as Ziggy Stardust for the first time 45 years ago today. This character combined music and theater as an otherworldly being who came to Earth to save it, but instead found rock and roll. “I couldn’t decide whether I was writing the characters, or whether the characters were writing me, or whether we were all one and the same,” Bowie once said. For all things Bowie, go to RollingStone.com. Photograph by Ilpo Musto

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List rollingstone's Instagram Happy birthday, Carole King! The four-time Grammy winner has written or co-written over 100 hits from 1955 to 1999, becoming the most successful female songwriter of that time period. She has released 25 solo albums and has been inducted both into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For 10 songs you likely didn't know the legendary songwriter wrote, head to RollingStone.com. Photograph by Jim McCrary 1446685116528222717_11833370

Happy birthday, Carole King! The four-time Grammy winner has written or co-written over 100 hits from 1955 to 1999, becoming the most successful female songwriter of that time period. She has released 25 solo albums and has been inducted both into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For 10 songs you likely didn't know the legendary songwriter wrote, head to RollingStone.com. Photograph by Jim McCrary

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List rollingstone's Instagram Hitmaking Atlanta rap trio Migos take us for a wild night in the studio in our new feature. "They're their own biggest challenge. They can make hot records in they sleep. What they need to do is avoid the mistakes they made in the past," "Pee" Thomas, the co-founder of Migos' label with Kevin "Coach K" Lee, says. For the full feature, go to RollingStone.com. Photograph by Cam Kirk (@thecamkirk) 1446415124616200727_11833370

Hitmaking Atlanta rap trio Migos take us for a wild night in the studio in our new feature. "They're their own biggest challenge. They can make hot records in they sleep. What they need to do is avoid the mistakes they made in the past," "Pee" Thomas, the co-founder of Migos' label with Kevin "Coach K" Lee, says. For the full feature, go to RollingStone.com. Photograph by Cam Kirk (@thecamkirk)

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List rollingstone's Instagram Matt Taibbi discusses the end of facts in the Donald Trump era in his latest column. "Donald Trump is proving that if you connect with America's anger and paranoia, you can get by quite easily without facts," he writes. Head to RollingStone.com for the full look at the administration's lies. Illustration by Victor Juhasz (@juhaszillustration) 1446014374404705964_11833370

Matt Taibbi discusses the end of facts in the Donald Trump era in his latest column. "Donald Trump is proving that if you connect with America's anger and paranoia, you can get by quite easily without facts," he writes. Head to RollingStone.com for the full look at the administration's lies. Illustration by Victor Juhasz (@juhaszillustration)

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List rollingstone's Instagram Download the latest ‘Rolling Stone Music Now’ podcast on iTunes and Spotify featuring the makers of the Grammy Awards. Longtime Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich and writer David Wild preview this year's show, which airs this Sunday on CBS. They also discuss past controversies and triumphs from private Prince concerts to arguing with Frank Ocean. Photograph by Michael Caulfield 1445696324384178517_11833370

Download the latest ‘Rolling Stone Music Now’ podcast on iTunes and Spotify featuring the makers of the Grammy Awards. Longtime Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich and writer David Wild preview this year's show, which airs this Sunday on CBS. They also discuss past controversies and triumphs from private Prince concerts to arguing with Frank Ocean. Photograph by Michael Caulfield

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