In this special essay for Sell Off week, The FADER explores how language and the body play crucial roles in redefining female sexuality in dancehall.
Watch Kanye West's unmasked two-hour set at Philadelphia's Made In America festival.
The British pop singer says his sexuality is a "non-issue," but what does that do for the queer community?
Hear the crowd scream for "Tuesday," the song of the summer at the tour of the summer.
Blood Orange's fingerprints are all over this steamy new love song from the upcoming album Tough Love.
Three decades on from inventing the acid sound, Phuture's DJ Pierre explains how it all started in Chicago.
The two Australian artists come together for a headrush of introspective R&B.
The about-to-explode pop singer opens up about love songs and his sexuality in his cover story from our Summer Music issue.
How could he not?
We hopped on the phone with the electronic music pioneer ahead of his new album, Syro.
Mixtape Saturday: FADER contributor Meaghan Garvey breaks down mixtapes from Gucci Mane and Young Thug, Migos and Rich the Kid, and Bloody Jay.
Bloody Jay, the currently incarcerated half of Black Portland, shares "Don't Know," his most intensely emo song yet.
It's the Watch The Throne of Atlanta rappers that love shouting: Bloody Jay and Casino link for the sinister "Murder Cases."
Black Portland lives on: Young Thug and Bloody Jay's collaborative project continues with giddy new track "All Types A Drugs."
Black Portland remains intact, even with both Young Thug and Bloody Jay currently arrested, with new track "Parade."
Why did Young Thug and Bloody Jay name their tape after one of America's whitest cities? A small question with a surprisingly inspirational answer.
Download a new tape from Future's longtime DJ, DJ Esco, featuring new tracks from Future and a remix of "SH!T" featuring Drake.