(Photo) Paris Jackson Talks Addiction, Her Late Father + More In Rolling Stone Cover Story

Paris Jackson covers the latest edition of Rolling Stone, granting a very rare interview from the Michael Jackson heir! At one point, she addresses the long-standing rumors that Michael is not her biological father, noting that it will be the one and only time she ever will:

But Paris is certain that Michael Jackson was her biological dad. She believes it with a fervency that is both touching and, in the moment, utterly convincing. “He is my father,” she says, making fierce eye contact. “He will always be my father. He never wasn’t, and he never will not be. People that knew him really well say they see him in me, that it’s almost scary.”

(Audio) T.I Writes Open Letter To Donald Trump In Rolling Stone

TIVEVO After penning a letter to President Obama in the New York Times, Tip points his view at the soon to be President, Donald Trump.

Rolling Stone Names ‘Lemonade’ The #1 Album of 2016 On Their Top 50 List

It’s that time of year when the ‘Best Of’ lists will be popping up left to right! Rolling Stone just published their annual 50 Best Albums of The Year list, and with a LOT to choose from, they decided that Beyoncé’s Lemonade was their top pick for 2016! “Beyoncé shut everyone else down this year with a soul-on-fire masterpiece, testifying about love, rage and betrayal that felt all too true in the America of 2016,” Rolling Stone said of their choice. “The queen not only made the album of the year (and make no mistake, David Bowie would have been the first to say so), she delivered a confessional, genre-devouring suite that feels larger than life yet still heartbreakingly intimate, because it doubles as her portrait of a nation in flames.” Rolling Stone also put Chance The Rapper’s Coloring Book, Frank Ocean’s Blonde, Kanye’s TLOP and Young Thug’s Jeffery in the top 10. Elsewhere, Solange’s A Seat At The Table made number 15, Danny Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition (19), Rihanna’s ANTI (25), A Tribe Called Quest’s We Got it From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service (30), Alicia Keys’ HERE (32), Maxwell’s blackSUMMERS’night (40), Drake’s Views (42) and Future’s Evol (43). Check out the top 10 below and the full list here.

Future Covers Rolling Stone: Talks Ciara, Russell Wilson…And Dodges Desiigner Talk

Future snags the cover of Rolling Stone this month, and was pretty candid about most topics in his interview…except for Desiigner. (And understandably so.) “I never worried about anyone else,” Future said. “I don’t even want his name in the article.” So much for that, huh? He also spoke on Ciara, the lawsuit and his issues with Russell Wilson.

Rolling Stone Lists 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs Of All Time

So, the next publication to try to piece together hip-hop greatness is Rolling Stone, with The 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time List. Check it after the jump and to be honest, I was a little shocked to see some huge songs missing from this list.

(Photo) Kanye West Tells All White Publications Not To Comment On Black Music Anymore

Soooooo, Kanye is at it again. This time, he’s speaking on being the great grandson of slaves, and also how he doesn’t want white publications to comment on black music any longer. Oh yeah, he also says that his album will not be on Apple which means that anyone who want “The Life Of Pablo” will have to subscribe to Tidal. Welp. Looks like those album sales are about to be trash. A lot of people already have the album leaked.

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