He walked a mile in Ye's boots, sort of
Hint: Working On Excellence
Drake stays clowning.
FKA Twigs and Björk are breaking down taboos with their reproductive representations of the female body.
Chicago bop scene breakout stars Sicko Mobb deliver a sequel to their breakout first tape.
It's went down in Times Square.
Can this day be over already?
Native American activist Kim TallBear weighs in on DSquared2's offensive #DSquaw show and fashion's obsession with Aboriginal people.
Backed by his full live band.
Robert Lopuski turns his lens to four young New York City rap acts at a critical point in their careers.
Produced by FKi and featuring a Bear Hands sample, "Girls to the Floor" finds a hurting Fortune seeking salve for a broken, embittered heart on the dance floor.
Welcome back to Mixtape Saturday, a weekly roundup of great rap tapes around the web hosted by FADER contributor Meaghan Garvey.
Download a compilation of less-is-more production duo FKi's best work, with tracks from Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, Jeremih, Travis Porter and more.
Dancehall meets weird Atlanta rap on "Okay," from thrilling Jamaica-born Zuse.