The topic of Mick Jagger is generally raised in only two circumstances. One is during discussions of advancing age among once-heartthrob-y celebrities. The other is during discussions with baby boomers about why the Rolling Stones are better than what we listen to now.
Recently, however, Jagger has become a common topic of discussion among the pop music set. His rise in relevance, of course, is owed to Maroon 5’s new single “Moves Like Jagger,” (henceforth MLJ) featuring the divalicious over-singing sensation Christina Aguilera and Maroon’s lead singer Adam Levine expounding on how having moves like Jagger makes them irresistible. Continue reading