Adele, Jazmine Sullivan, Michelle Zauner Make 2022 Time 100 List

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Adele, Jazmine Sullivan, Michelle Zauner Make 2022 Time 100 List

Questlove, Jon Batiste, Mary J. Blige, and Miranda Lambert were among this year’s honorees

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Adele / Jazmine Sullivan / Michelle Zauner (Getty Images)

Adele, Jazmine Sullivan, Questlove, and Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner have all been named to Time’s annual list of its 100 most influential people. Jon Batiste, Mary J. Blige, and Miranda Lambert also made the list alongside Oprah Winfrey, Issa Rae, Quinta Brunson, and more. See the rest here.

Zauner’s latest laurel comes just days after her season-finale appearance on Saturday Night Live, where Japanese Breakfast performed “Be Sweet” and “Paprika.” Bowen Yang wrote about Zauner for her TIME entry. In addition to releasing Jubilee, her memoir Crying at H Mart, and the soundtrack for the video game Sable last year, Zauner has revealed that a feature-film adaptation of Crying at H Mart is underway with MGM’s Orion Pictures. 

Questlove, who won a Best Documentary Oscar and a Best Music Film Grammy for his documentary Summer of Soul, currently has other projects about James Brown and Sly and the Family Stone in the works. Since releasing Heaux Tales in early 2021, Jazmine Sullivan has issued Heaux Tales, Mo’ Tales: The Deluxe, which continues on the conversational threads Sullivan started last year. Adele, meanwhile, has been at work redeveloping her postponed Las Vegas residency, which was originally set to begin in January. 

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