Rolling Stone’s original list had just 12 artists of color and three women among its top 50 albums.
Everyone from Marvin Gaye to Billy Eilish has recorded the most-covered pop song in history.
The use of Marvin Gaye and The Temptations add some key historical context to the war drama.
Featuring seminal clips of Marvin Gaye, The Beach Boys, The Jackson 5, and more.
Legendary filmmaker returns to war with even sharper instincts.
It’s a keyboard-filled rendition of the 1971 hit.
A collection of tracks straight outta Championship Vinyl.
Treasure trove also features performances from Alanis Morissette, The Raconteurs, and Wu-Tang Clan.
The claim stems from the singer’s recent interview with GQ in which he mentioned “reverse engineering” Marvin Gaye for “Blurred Lines”.
The Beatle legend also spoke about dreaming of John Lennon and sneaking into a theater to see Yesterday.
Selections range from A Tribe Called Quest to Lil Nas X to the best hit outta Pride Rock.
The project had been shelved after political disagreements between the soul singer and Motown’s CEO.