The Venezuelan producer opens up for the first time about his sexuality, working with Kanye and his game-changing debut album.
Watch the premiere of Dej Loaf family-filled new double-video.
The Okinawa-based rapper RITTO serves up one of the year's most endearing rap videos, shot on his island home 400 miles off the coast of Japan.
Director Hiro Murai crafts an inspirational short for FlyLo's new single.
Chances are, you won't be smiling by the end.
The British duo release "FTPA" off their forthcoming album Sirens.
Browse photos from Best Coast's first-ever acoustic set at Sonos Studio in NYC.
"America's first soca pop star" refused to be pigeonholed. Hear his latest genre-spanning collaboration, with Yeezus vocalists and a reggae spin.
And as if that weren't enough, she's shared a video for the A$AP Rocky-assisted "Pretend," too.
And his voice sounds crazy.
NY trio Ratking deliver a new video from their debut album.
We get the rambunctious FADER cover stars to spill the beans on some all-important firsts.
Plus read what the London grime MC had to say about coming to America.
All together now!
Listen to Ratking's clean new take on Phantogram's psych pop hit
Ratking and Dutch E. Germ came out to Manhattan basement-club Gilded Lily to celebrate The FADER #91.
During his second residency, the UK producer dropped a brand new remix of King Krule’s “Neptune Estate” with verses by Ratking‘s Wiki and Lucki Eck$.
Watch the making of Ratking's cover shoot, with the group, photographer Harry Gould Harvey IV and style editor-at-large Mobolaji Dawodu.
Legendary engineer Young Guru reflects on his work behind the boards for pretty much every New York hip-hop hero imaginable—and explains where Ratking fit in.
Ratking gears up for tour bringing vivid scenes of NYC grit to their audience home and abroad.
For this issue, photographer Harry Gould Harvey IV followed Ratking around for a few long days and late nights.
Read FADER 91's cover stories on the UK pop star and the NYC noise-rap trio now.
For Ratking's The FADER cover story, we went up and down New York with the city’s noisy hip-hop heirs.