Whether or not Odd Future stays intact remains to be seen but the once prominent rap collective were one of the few groups to make an impact with a large internal roster. Just like the Wu-Tang Clan before them.
Yesterday, we reported on the vague tweets from Odd Future leader Tyler, The Creator that seemed to suggest the rowdy Los Angeles crew has split apart. Adding to the dogpile of speculation is Wolf Gang standout Earl Sweatshirt, and it looks like the young rhyme slinger might have thrown a dart or two.
Odd Future‘s Tyler, The Creator has led his crazy gang of Hip-Hop misfits to the highest of heights in a short span of years. The collective appeared to be less unified as it once was, and Tyler seemed to confirm in a series of mysterious tweets that the Wolf Gang has split apart.
In all his lyrical splendor, Tyler, The Creator has been known to use the “f-word” more than a little bit in his raps, and we’re not talking about “f*ck.”
Following Tyler, The Creator’s emotional reaction to watching N.E.R.D. reunite, the Odd Future head honcho caught up with his idol Pharrell, during last weekend’s Camp Flog Gnaw festival in Los Angeles.
Seeing lifelong favorite musicians reunite proved to be emotional for Tyler, The Creator, who along with his Odd Future brethren brought the Camp Flog Gnaw Festival to Los Angeles for a third year. With G I R L-era Pharrell headlining, Tyler was brought to tears when the critically acclaimed producer brought of Chad Hugo and Shay Haley […]
Odd Future is no one-trick pony, and proof of that can be heard via one of the clique’s underrated members Domo Genesis. As promised, the wordsmith debuts his Under The Influence 2 for your listening pleasure.
Odd Future’s third annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival is just around the corner and Tyler, The Creator got a huge plug for it by appearing on Los Angeles’ KTLA morning show. In typical Tyler, The Creator fashion, he made it into a spectacle. After conducting the standard Q&A with Sam Rubin, the OFWGKTA frontman revealed […]
Who said that fall and winter wear can’t be colorful? Tyler, The Creator has no qualms with keeping his ensemble light, according to the Golf Wang 2014 fall/winter lookbook.
Camp Flog Gnaw is an apt title for an Odd Future presentation. And on November 8, the carnival will invade the L.A. Coliseum in Los Angeles for a third consecutive year.
At this point, it’s safe to assume that Odd Future always have something creative up their sleeves. Their latest gift to fans is a collaborative collection with Vans Syndicate.