Andrew Romano, Newsweek
Rick Rubin got Black Sabbath to return to its roots. He crashed Kanye’s new album In 15 days. From Def Jam to Adele, the hit-maker gets intimate about his last 30 years—and how he’s about to make history.
He may be the preeminent musical genius of the last two generations. If you have listened to music in that time span, you have enjoyed the work of Rick Rubin. The eclectic mastermind behind some of the most influential songs since Reagan was in office, takes us through the process of producing some of the greatest albums over the last quarter century.