OG Maco Says His Hit Song “U Guessed It” Is Trash!

In an interview with The Fader, OG Maco says that his hit song “U Guessed It” is trash and that everyone who likes the song is stupid. Read more on the story after the jump!

(Video) Mary J. Blige Talks First Discovering Her Singing Talent, Tattoos & More

The FADER sat down with the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige, for yet another installment of their “Earlier That Day” series. She reflects back on the first moment she realized she had a talent of singing, her upbringing in the projects, working with Disclosure, why she got her tattoos and much, much more. Check out the full interview below!

(Photos) Tyler, The Creator Covers FADER Magazine

Odd Future frontman Tyler, the Creator will grace the cover of The FADER when it hits newsstands December 9. Thanks to the internet, however, you can read the entire cover story by heading to FADER’s site now.

(Photos) Migos Cover The FADER…And Wish Drake DIDN’T Jump On “Versace”?!

Coinciding with the release of their new mixtape Rich N*gga Timeline today, The FADER announced that the Migos trio will cover their December/January issue, on newsstands December 9. With photos released online along with a preview of the interview, I came across quite the interesting tidbit said by Pierre “Pee” Thomas, co-founder of Quality Control Music (which I guess is their crew/label?) “It was a gift and a curse,” Pee said of Drake jumping on and consequently blowing up their breakout single, ‘Versace.’ “Sometimes I really wish he had never jumped on it…it was gonna blow without him.” Interesting…and most certainly overly-confident…but I do get it. They had to constantly stand in Drake’s shadow for quite some time following the record, and a lot of their success was attributed to him “discovering” their song, rather than simply their talent. Still, I probably wouldn’t have said that. What do you guys think?

(Photos + Video) Ty Dolla $ign, Jhene Aiko & Raury Perform For vitaminwater x The FADER’s #uncapped Series

On Tuesday night, The FADER and vitaminwater gathered Jhene Aiko, Ty Dolla $ign and newcomer Raury at The Skybox in Philly for their “Hydrate The Hustle” #uncapped series. If there’s a Ty Dolla $ign show in the tri-state area…or better yet anywhere in the U.S. when I don’t have to work…there’s a high chance I’m there, so I most definitely was in Philly goin’ up on a Tuesday. First up was ATL singer Raury, who’s got quite the buzz on the underground, even having caught the attention of Kanye West recently. I hadn’t heard any of Raury’s music until the show, and I must say I was impressed, and I can see why the industry is buzzing about him being the “next big thing.” Backed by a full band and mixed in with high-energy performances of tracks from his recent Indigo Child mixtape, Raury also covered a few Nirvana and Queen songs…definitely winning me over with a childhood favorite of mine, “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

(Video) Future Brings Out B.o.B. & Rae Sremmurd In ATL

The Fader and Vitamin Water’s #uncapped showcase made its way to Atlanta last night with their featured guest, Future. During his performance, he surprised attendees with multiple guests, bringing out B.o.B. for “Ready” and “We Still In This Bitch,” and newcomers Rae Sremmurd for their smash hit, “No Flex Zone.” Check out clips from the night below.

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