In this issue of Rolling Stone India : Prince: Rock star, funk lord, provocateur, genius: How he created a world – but, in the end, could only go it alone By Joe Lev; In the Studio: Raghu Dixit At home with folk-rock singer Raghu Dixit at his Wandering Minstrel studio and artist residency in Bengaluru; Hip Hopping in Mumbai: How a Mumbai street-soul founded the city’s first rap crew Mumbai’s Finest; Menwhopause: Within City Limits The Delhi rock band are at their cynical and experimen¬tal best on their third album ‘Neon Delhi; The Last Word: Steven Tyler The Aerosmith singer on money, leadership, and why fame is like ‘getting pecked to death by chickens’; BIKES: The men and the machines behind India’s custom motor¬cycle scene; EXCLUSIVE STREAM BY BANGLADESHI METALLERS EXALTER
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