Lil B lectures on leadership and love, and fields questions from the nation's smartest young minds.
The king of EDM apparently listens to stuff in his @s.
Did Beyoncé make the best video ever with an iPhone?
What happens when a multibillion-dollar corporation decides to become a patron of independent music?
A hashtag worth a thousand words.
The producer who fathered reggae 40 years ago talks new music, old studios, and negative influence.
The ATL rapper dropped a diss track on the same day he called out Queen Bey for making a video that's spookily familiar.
Odd Future's girlfriends, bosses, and best friends.
The heavyweight hip-hop duo invited The FADER to their upstate studio where they're recording their new album.
The throbbing, neon-lit video depicts exactly the sort of wild party the A-Trak-produced song is meant to soundtrack.
A-Trak's label lines up their new signings for the year with unreleased track compilation, downloadable for free.
A-Trak and Armand Van Helden expand on their loopy vision.
Take a tour of A-Trak's immaculate Williamsburg high-rise in the debut installment of Sonos' At Home With series.
Stream Duck Sauce's long-time-coming debut in its entirely.
100s, the Berkeley rapper whose perm is without peer, shares his new funk-fest, the IVRY EP, out for free via Fool's Gold.
A new track from Grande Marshall, "Open," is self-produced. It's from his upcoming project, My Brother's Keeper.
Danny Brown takes a quick break from promoting his new album to grab some gifts for his cat.
FADER and illustrator Kristian Henson break down Danny Brown's Old LP in terms of his two self-described halves: "gangster" and "hipster." Plus a lot of snacks.