As one of the most revered minds in the game fans are always looking to get a better understanding of what makes Tyler, The Creator tick. He gives us a better understanding of his creative DNA in his signature jokester fashion.
Kid Cudi is no stranger to television, appearing in HBO’s short-lived How To Make It In America series. The Cleveland native returns to the small screen this fall in a new FOX comedy series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Remember St. Louis rapper, J-Kwon? It appears that the “Tipsy” rapper is getting a little play, especially after Kanye West mentioned in an epic New York Times interview that the 2004 smash was a favorite of his. Apparently, J-Kwon thinks anyone mentioning his name needs to pay up, as evidenced in his new track “Pushing […]
Pepsi officials will meet today (May 8) with Emmett Till’s family along with civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton. The beverage company has suffered a pair of recent media blows after controversies involving Lil Wayne and Tyler, The Creator became part of the national conversation.
Last night, the first #CRWN interview was held in New York City’s Highline Ballroom. The interview was veteran Hip-Hop journalist and Rap Radar founder Elliott Wilson and the man answering the questions was Tyler, the Creator of Odd Future fame, or infamy depending on how you feel about the guy.
Odd Future’s Tyler, The Creator has been criticized heavily for his foul language and hom0phobic lyrics present in his music. It all appears to be part of his shtick, as he says he knew that crew member Frank Ocean was gay before the crooner publicly came out.
Tyler, The Creator has a penchant for outlandish and bizarre statements, but he’s managed to top his earlier exploits after saying white people can use the racially charged “n-word.”
Two years ago, most of the world was introduced to the Odd Future movement through Tyler, The Creator’s television debut on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
Last time we heard from New Jersey rap veteran Rah Digga, she was stomping a lyrical hole in Fat Trel and Tyler, The Creator on “The Ni**a In Me” in epic fashion back in April. The Brick City bad girl is back just in time for the hoodie and timbs season on a new track […]
Flatbush has zombies now? Alexander Kinyua, you’re to blame for this. The Flatbush Zombies debuted “Face Off (L.S. Darko)” last week and the crew has already returned with the song’s official visual, with the Madbury Club behind the camera. Do you think these cats are good or a poor man’s A$AP Rocky & Tyler, The Creator duplication? Let us know what you […]