Lil B lectures on leadership and love, and fields questions from the nation's smartest young minds.
"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."
FutureSex/LoveSounds vibes for your Monday morning.
Stream the Swedish beatmaker's new release in full.
The London-based producer comes correct on his debut release, marrying THC-infused sonic dripping with a lovely sun-drenched vibe.
"You motherfuckers got me today, but you motherfuckers will not own tomorrow."
The producer who fathered reggae 40 years ago talks new music, old studios, and negative influence.
Meet the new Brooklyn label with Beach Fossils, Jerry Paper, and Frankie Cosmos on its roster.
Stream A Very, Very Decent Christmas, with remixes from Diplo and his gang of jolly fools.
Chance The Rapper, T-Pain, Trey Songz, Charli XCX, and 18 more members of FADER's family explain what they're thankful for now.
The singer speaks out on Ferguson with the release of a stirring and politically charged re-write of "My Favorite Things."
Five years in, Drake has this music festival thing down pat.
Watch Lauryn Hill and Damian Marley join Nas onstage at Coachella.
Things didn't go so well the last time, but Kanye and the festival's organizers are apparently ready to try again. Yeezus will rise again in Tennessee.
In Lauryn Hill's first TV appearance since being released from prison, the singer covered the Beatles' "Something" on Late Show With David Letterman.
Ms. Lauryn Hill performs a powerful reggae version of 1998's colossal "Ex-Factor" during post-prison homecoming show.
Singer shares new song in conjunction with release from prison after three-month sentence.