Suit game on FLEEEK!!!
Androgyny thrived in 2014.
The fantastic long-reads that defined our year.
Two new interviews shed light on how hard it is to be a black woman in pop music, both on and off camera.
Sometimes what's not said is what matters most.
Most followed, most RTd, and your state's favorite Young Thug song.
"I wanted a sensual woman who is aware of her body, who is not afraid to show her curves, rather she make them as a strength."
"There are many black artists succeeding in all genres. The reason you haven't is because of your piss poor attitude."
Three new cuts.
62 lists celebrating the best and worst of 2014 in music, style, and culture.
Bars for days.
The perfect spin class song.
The free new track sees the hitmaker sing in his familiar cyber voice to returning troops.
Why do we celebrate the ability to sing to a culturally acceptable standard over driving innovation in the pop industry?
A stunning confessional, no AutoTune.
Watch a new video from T-Pain where he gives voice to all the struggle rappers in the crowd.
Clocking in at just under three-minutes, the ballad makes up for its brevity by going long on real talk. It's surprisingly, and endearingly, honest.
T-Pain's firsts are as absurd as you'd imagine, and then some.
T-Pain previews new music and opens up about his past.
T-Pain continues his 2014 comeback with a totally refurbished version of DJ Mustard-produced hit Up Down, with verses from Lil Boosie, Kid Ink, and B.O.B.
Auto-Tune icon T-Pain is a reliable source of jams—here's a new one.