The house legend says he's grateful to Azealia Banks for starting a dialogue on an issue that affects more genres than hip-hop.
6 creatives on why Facebook and Instagram's murky content policies need to change.
"I don't [censored] with you."
Making use of every inch.
Jeremih shares his roots and rides his old, epic bus commute with The FADER.
J. Cole opens up about stereotypes and his connection to fans in the latest episode of FADER's Earlier That Day.
Two new interviews shed light on how hard it is to be a black woman in pop music, both on and off camera.
Why did a promising young rapper take his own life? A look at the suicide of Pro Era rapper Capital Steez.
A sweet ode to the New York rapper's mom and her home cooking.
The rapper talked capitalism, hip-hop, the media and love with Power 105.1 and NPR this weekend.
Cold as platinum and hard as glass, Adam Harper deciphers a new wave of dazzlingly alienated beats.
What James Ferraro's major museum debut can tell us about the art of muzak.
Like Trent Reznor before them, three young artists are drafting music's future.