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Lil Ugly Mane surprise-released a mixtape of old songs yesterday, but he hasn’t put out any new music since retiring in 2013. Here’s what his drawn-out exodus says about rap.
11 trans-identifying persons model spring’s sharpest looks, and explain what it's like for them to shop beyond fashion's binary.
Tracks we love right now, and why they matter. In no particular order.
With backing vocals from her seven year old daughter Sarah.
He also explained how "Only One" was in part inspired by "Let It Be."
How emojis, memes, and selfies are making us smarter—and bringing us together.
Rog Walker breaks down the posse shot.
We partied between Coachella weekends because why not?
Come party with us.
Five musicians share their tips for sustaining a life making songs.
Listen to "Hula Hoop" and find out what inspires the Chicago producer's grind.
This spare but sassy dance number is the first fruit of the duo's new collaboration.
Browse photos from last night's Reebok Classics and The FADER's Coast to Coast series in NYC with Kiesza, Brenmar, and Miss Info.
The NYC producer rolls out a lean, 4am beat for the two rappers to swap high time tales over.
A-Trak's label lines up their new signings for the year with unreleased track compilation, downloadable for free.
The Chicago-born, NYC-based grinder drops eight songs for zero cents on this fine summer day.
This dreamy number is just one of eight remixes from the Chicago producer's forthcoming High End Times Vol. 1 (The Remixes).
New track "Wish You Would" from Mykki Blanco featuring Princess Nokia was the stuff of fairytales up until it dropped on SoundCloud today.
Lil Herb's frontrunner for best Chicago release of 2014, Shy Glizzy's DC meets Atlanta sound, Doughboyz Cashout's early-2000s homage, and Brenmar's club music.
Brenmar releases his debut mixtape with a host of collaborations and all original production.
The latest from Brenmar is a money-cars-new weave anthem featuring New York rapper's Doley Bernays and Junglepussy and Chicago's EMP DASME.