The dissent within the seemingly invincible Odd Future crew has apparently been bubbling for a while. During the crew’s annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival concert, Hodgy Beats took to the stage to air out his grievances with Tyler, The Creator and called him a fraud on Instagram.
Tyler, The Creator has been busy with a world tour and contending with the rumors that his Odd Future collective is no more. The West Coast producer and rapper displayed his bizarre style on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night while reading portions of a recently uncovered Dr. Seuss book.
Do not crash the stage when Earl Sweatshirt is performing. The Odd Future MC blessed a “fan” with the proper fade after he made this mistake at a concert in Sydney, Australia.
Turn your speakers up, as that’s the best way to receive the material featured in this edition of The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Songs Of The Week.
Tyler, The Creator is back with his fourth studio album Cherry Bomb.
2015 continues to be a fruitful year for Hip-Hop, and Tyler, The Creator will continue that trend with his upcoming Cherry Bomb album.
Tyler, The Creator made due on his promise to deliver a new app, Golf Media, which is now available for download.
Tyler, The Creator is leaving no stone unturned on his upcoming world tour.
Frank Ocean sightings, while very rare, are typically fulfilling. Let the Internets tell it, the Grammy Award winning crooner is back on this sentimental cover of Aaliyah’s 1994 classic rendition of The Isley Brothers’ “At Your Best.”
Black Dynamite, the Adult Swim series based on the 2009 film of the same name, just concluded its second season on Saturday (Jan. 10). In the season finale, Odd Future‘s Tyler, The Creator and songstress Erykah Badu lend their voices to the blaxploitation cartoon.
Now this is an interesting combination. Chicago’s Lil Herb and Los Angeles’ Earl Sweatshirt team up for a track called “Knucklehead.”
Rap collective Odd Future hosted their 3rd annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival at The Park at L.A. Coliseum in Los Angeles this past Saturday, Nov. 8.