The king of EDM apparently listens to stuff in his @s.
A hashtag worth a thousand words.
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"I don't want to exist solely on the internet."
The producer who fathered reggae 40 years ago talks new music, old studios, and negative influence.
What happens when a multibillion-dollar corporation decides to become a patron of independent music?
Odd Future's girlfriends, bosses, and best friends.
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We'll just leave this here...
Odd Future's young boss empties his pockets for photographer Mark Peckmezian.
Two of music's women of the moment unite for sultry R&B jam.
Kelela and Tink write a song from scratch with DJ Dahi for YoursTruly
Writhe along to the new minute long clip featuring some of our favorite new artists and some sexy pouty faces.
Kelela's voice becomes a beacon in a world of chaos for the Berlin-based producer.
The LA DJ blends Kelela’s “Enemy” with Jay-Z and Rick Ross’s “Fuckwithmeyouknowigotit.”
The UK pop adventurer—and new FADER cover star—reveals an all-star second album.
Listen to a house-y twist on FADER favorite Kelela, featuring a sweet sample of R&B quartet Xscape.
Kelela lends her talents to a new video from Bok Bok.
Night Slugs producer Bok Bok shares Melba's Call, his new Kelela-featuring track.
Kelela releases a seductive new freebie and announces headlining tour dates.
FADER editors look back on great songs you might have missed this year.