Odd Future, one of Hip-Hop’s most versatile collectives, connected in the spirit of Halloween to create a short film called The Ghost of the Hotel. As the title implies, this is a good old fashioned mystery.
Surprise, surprise! Mac Miller, operating under the name Delusional Thomas, returns with a new mixtape that self-titled after his new found moniker.
Boldy James is just one of a long lineage of talented Detroit MCs. He and producer, Alchemist, are readying a collaborative effort titled My 1st Chemistry Set that features the menacing “Reform School,” featuring Earl Sweatshirt, Da$h, and Domo Genesis.
Let us preface this by saying that Odd Future have delivered some of 2013’s most potent rhymes. And if you don’t believe us, lend an ear to their latest release, “Look.”
Captain Murphy ft. Earl Sweatshirt, Viktor Vaughn (MF DOOM), & Thundercat – “Between Villains” [LISTEN]
Producer, rapper, and musician Flying Lotus returns under his alter ego Captain Murphy on a new track called “Between Villains,” featuring Earl Sweatshirt, Viktor Vaughn (aka MF DOOM), and Thundercat.
Earl Sweatshirt‘s Doris sprung a leak, and in turn, the young MC decided to stream his long-awaited debut free of charge prior to its official release via Odd Future’s Tumblr page.
With Doris due to release in a few days, Earl Sweatshirt unveils a new track called “Sunday,” featuring Frank Ocean.
Sorry to interrupt you, Rap Internets, but there might be another young West Coast rapper worthy of your attention. Rap Radar’s Elliott Wilson chopped it up with Odd Future standout Earl Sweatshirt about his upcoming album Doris, the Wolf Gang, and much more for the latest installment of The Truth series.
After just released its CDQ version, Earl Sweatshirt hit Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on Friday night to perform “Burgundy.”
Earl Sweatshirt has previewed very few tracks in CDQ form from his upcoming album Doris. Today the young MC returns with a fully mixed version of a fan favorite called “Burgundy.”
Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt isn’t bound by the traditional ways of marketing. In a new trailer to promote his upcoming album Doris, he addresses his critics and then some.
Earl Sweatshirt recently performed a brief set at NYC’s Ludlow Garage on the second stop of Vitamin Water and The Fader’s 2013 #uncapped concert series. Afterwards, he sat down with host Miss Info to discuss his most recent happenings: a certain highly anticipated project called Doris and the recent Twitter fiasco surrounding his negative opinion on Jay Z’s Magna […]