In this special essay for Sell Off week, The FADER explores how language and the body play crucial roles in redefining female sexuality in dancehall.
Watch Kanye West's unmasked two-hour set at Philadelphia's Made In America festival.
Three decades on from inventing the acid sound, Phuture's DJ Pierre explains how it all started in Chicago.
The British pop singer says his sexuality is a "non-issue," but what does that do for the queer community?
The about-to-explode pop singer opens up about love songs and his sexuality in his cover story from our Summer Music issue.
We hopped on the phone with the electronic music pioneer ahead of his new album, Syro.
Read an interview with young new Atlanta duo Rae Sremmurd.
Mélat releases a new EP of sun-soaked R&B over knocking Jansport J beats.
Stream a new all-star reggae remix of Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga"
On Super Bowl eve, the most fun I ever had at an industry party.
What's stopping the lusty crooner, destined for greatness, from delivering goodness live?
In New York, Guy and Howard Lawrence wager that you really like their songs.
Two nights at the church of Kanye West in New York.
Here's more coverage from last month's FADER FORT Presented by Converse. For this installment, we captured Saul Williams performing "List Of Demands (Reparations)" from his Self-titled 2004 release.
Photos and a review of the band's glorious Brooklyn spectacle.
The film/concert combo of Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja and heady documentarian Adam Curtis feels like something altogether new: it floods the senses with an immersive multimedia denunciation of our modern condition.