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Speng Squire – Ways (Prod. by SEVN Thomas)

Sunday, April 9th, 2017

The first official single from Speng’s “Expressions Of Now”. As he explained to Noisey, he needed something for club because the rest of the project doesn’t sound like this. The full project will be released on Thursday, April 13th.

Previously: Speng Squire – In The Fire (Prod. by DRTWRK) (Video)

Video: Speng Squire – In The Fire (Prod. by DRTWRK)

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

This is the intro from Speng Squire’s “Expressions of Now” album, which is dropping on April 13th. I got a chance to hear the whole thing and all I can say is look out for the first official single, produced by SEVN Thomas, dropping next week. It’s a monster, in usual SEVN Thomas fashion.

This was produced by DRTWRK, you can also head over to FADER who premiered the video to read a quick Q&A with Speng.

Previously: Speng Squire – Rambo Freestyle (Video)

Video: High Klassified – 1250

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

Laval producer High Klassified shares his latest video, directed by Max Sherman. Stream his latest EP Kronostasis, out on Fool’s Gold, below.

Previously: High Klassified – Hyrule Kastle

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Video: Pill’s FADER Documentary

Monday, June 6th, 2011

A camera team follows Pill around before his FADER Presents: vitaminwater uncapped performance in Atlanta.

In the lead-up to the inaugural uncapped LIVE show in Atlanta, Pill took us back to the notorious Pink City, the condemned trap house immortalized in his gritty videos for “Trap Goin’ Ham” and “Glass,” but down sunnier streets too, hugging fans along the way and sharing an uplifting smile.

Previously: Pill – I’m On One Freestyle

Video: YelaWolf Interview w/ The FADER

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Last week at The Levi’s/FADER Fort during SXSW in Austin.

Previously: Nah Right & The Smoking Section’s Grand Ole Party 2010

Video: J. Cole Interview w/ The FADER

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Yesterday at the Levi’s/FADER Fort in Austin, Texas for SXSW. J. Cole is scheduled to perform at our showcase which is going down right now.

Previously: J. Cole Interview w/ DJ Whoo Kid (Video)

Drake’s FADER Cover Story

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

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TheFADER just put up their lengthy cover story on Drake:

On September 7, 2008, Lil Wayne stepped onstage at the MTV Video Music Awards and then stepped decisively away from the words on the lyric sheet circulating in the audience with the following lines…

I’m on my Disney thang, goofy flow/ I’m Captain Hook on the beat and my new car is Rufio/ Damn where my roof just go/ I’m somebody that you should know/ Get to shakin’ somethin’ cause that’s what [deleted] produced it fo’/ I make mistakes that I don’t ever make excuses fo’/ Leavin’ girls that love me and constantly seducing hoes/ I’m losing my mind like, Damn where my roof just go/ Top slipped off like Janet at the Super Bowl

Then, as Leona Lewis launched into the hook of Nina Simone’s “Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood,” he croaked, “Drizzy Drake: I love you, bwoy!” That namecheck was the only clue to most attendees that Wayne had just blatantly violated the unwritten rules of his own freestyle game by spitting another artist’s words. Though almost lost in host Russell Brand’s commentary on promise rings and presidential politics, it was a coronation moment rarely seen in the arena of rap, and with one verse, Wayne introduced the name of his protégé to the mainstream in dramatic fashion. Amongst those already familiar with the various Wayne-affiliated rookies collectively known as Young Money, the lines sparked a fierce debate over whether Drake was in fact ghostwriting for the master (he and Wayne both still claim he never has), but by the time the rap blog drama blew over, one thing seemed clear: Drake was the next big thing, heir apparent to Wayne’s multi-platinum throne and Young Money’s most likely flagship artist.

Read it here. Get to meet October’s Very Own guys and Drake’s bubbe.

Video: Q-Tip In Chicago

Thursday, June 18th, 2009

Spotted at FakeShoreDrive

Previously: Q-Tip Honored @ OSS Producers Conference (Video)

Video: Nicki Minaj Interview w/ FaderTV

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Nicki visited the FADER offices to make sure they step their pussy up:

When Nicki Minaj arrived for our video interview, there were no less than 8 people in tow, an entourage of management, publicity and one dude who looked like he lives to snap bones into unsound positions Steven Segal style. Minaj herself is pretty short, pretty sweet and really just downright pretty. She can also rap her ass off, which coupled with the aforementioned most certainly makes her an investment worth protecting. Having just released her Beam Me Up Scotty mixtape (that we’ve been hearing about since December), Minaj stopped through to talk about coming up in Queens, her background in drama and the difference between Beam Me Up Scotty and the infamous Sucka Free tape.

Props to The FADER.