Watch the premiere of Dej Loaf family-filled new double-video.
The former Girls frontman gets clean, finds love and releases his most clear-sighted record to date.
Today's music artists are finding creative ways to resist being reduced to an SEO-friendly headline.
Ahead of this weekend’s #ATLast Fest, the 18-year-old Atlanta native talks changing the world and being inspired by the Plain White T’s.
"America's first soca pop star" refused to be pigeonholed. Hear his latest genre-spanning collaboration, with Yeezus vocalists and a reggae spin.
Snippets of new Tink tunes are holding us over until her album drops.
The R&B icon talks working with Disclosure and Sam Smith, her house music roots and the current state of music
Matt Mason, BitTorrent's Chief Content Officer, speaks frankly on today's surprise release.
Their course material includes a new case study that goes long on Queen B's record-breaking “surprise” album.
Making an album is like making ice cream, and this whole time, he's been searching for sprinkles.
Run the Jewels offer "Oh My Darling Don't Cry" from their second upcoming album.
Live footage of the hip-hop duo at the vitaminwater #uncapped event in Manhattan.
The R&B singer and the long-active rap duo tell us, in their own words, how they hustle.
At vitaminwater® #uncapped's NYC kickoff, Jeremih dedicates a song to his longtime fans.
The NYC kickoff of vitaminwater® #uncapped featured excellent performances and a few very special surprise guests.
For the fourth year in a row, The FADER is teaming with vitaminwater® for the wholly unique #uncapped performance series.
The socially conscious rapper asks his followers to look "past class, race and culture and honor the humanity that unites our species."
Stream a new snippet from Killer Mike and El-P's upcoming album
Watch Run The Jewels perform the title-track off their eponymous LP at Analog Migration: Chicago.
Check out live photos from the first Analog Migration event in Chicago, presented by Goose Island Beer Co. and The FADER.
Killer Mike takes us through his Sunday -- beginning with church, ending waist-deep in a river baptizing strippers -- in the video for R.A.P. Music cut "Ghetto Gospel."