Legendary photographer Jonathan Mannion tells the story behind Pharrell and Chad Hugo’s 2002 FADER cover story.
Looking back at the influence and complicated legacy of the artist once known as Mos Def.
Listen to a two-hour mix of classics from the New York rap crew Ruff Ryders, featuring DMX, Eve, Jadakiss, and more.
The remarkable true story of how Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood was made.
Listen to Travis Scott's radio show ".wav" on Apple Music.
Online for the first time, this story from The FADER's 34th issue chronicles Fresh's split with the label that "put the business into rap," and his relationship with New Orleans, post-Katerina.
Online for the first time, Mos Def's story from The FADER issue 3 provides a crucial reminder that "the present is a product of the past." Plus, there's a cameo from Q-Tip.
From The FADER’s November 2004 issue, Mos Def argues, “Pain—that’s black in America. I’ll give you some reasons why.”
The OutKast member discusses the act’s future in a new interview with Billboard.
Hear two new Kanye produced/arranged songs/snippets. Or something.