A spirit-lifting first taste of Surf, from Donnie Trumpet and his band.
Get a personal tour of French Montana’s suburban NYC home in the latest iteration of At Home With.
A controversial star pushes the boundaries of country—and some people's tolerance. Maybe that's not such a bad thing.
"My words are like aimless shapes and figures at this time. Trying to find a place to go, something to hold on to, to make 'sense' of this all."
Lil B lectures on leadership and love, and fields questions from the nation's smartest young minds.
"You motherfuckers got me today, but you motherfuckers will not own tomorrow."
The London-based producer comes correct on his debut release, marrying THC-infused sonic dripping with a lovely sun-drenched vibe.
Sir Michael Rocks breaks it down in four easy steps.
The best argument isn't always the tidiest.
The avant-garde artist and Dais Records are giving Burroughs' out-of-print sound experiments a second life.
Come for the cute skit, stay for the fire song.
The Bay and Atlanta connect between Iamsu!, Kool John and Rich Homie Quan with "On Me."
HBK Gang's Kool John releases video for Bitch I Look Good alongside his latest mixtape Shomp Life.
The HBK crew members revel in the perks of vanity.
The video for MBMGC2 opener is a HBK family affair.
Kool John announces his debut album, Shmop City, and shares lead track "Bang Bang Bang!"
HBK Gang members Kool John, Rossi, Jay Ant and Skipper revisit the hometown jams that shaped their sound and put the Bay on the map.
Download an exclusive HBK Gang FADER mix to go along with the Bay Area rap collective's print feature, in the magazine now.
A week with HBK Gang, the lovable rap squad that's protecting and promoting the Bay's melting pot culture.
Watch Sage the Gemini and Kool John's "How High"-inspired, goofily fratty video for "College Drop."