As reported by Rolling Stone, Odd Future’s Tyler, The Creator has been banned from entering the United Kingdom for several years, forcing him to cancel a handful of upcoming shows. Tyler announced the news himself on Twitter, blaming...Show More Summary
Odd Future member Tyler, the Creator announced he has been banned from the United Kingdom after canceling a string of shows in the U.K. and Ireland, including sets at the Reading and Leeds Festivals. "Based on lyrics from 2009 I am not allowed in the U.K. for 3-5 years (although I was there...
Tyler, the Creator won't be meeting the Queen any time soon. The rapper and founder of hip hop collective Odd Future has been banned from the UK for 3-5 years, due to the lyrical content of previous albums. Tyler's manager, Christian...Show More Summary
photo: Tyler @ Coachella 2015 (more by Samantha Saturday) In Odd Future/Tyler, the Creator manager Christian Clancy's own words:tyler has been banned from entering the UK for somewhere between 3 to 5 years per a letter from the secretary...
Talking to the queen of The Internet and first lady of Odd Future about sex, youth, Drake and the enduring influence of The Neptunes.
photo: The Internet at FFF Fest 2014 (more by Tim Griffin) Odd Future neo-soul/alt-R&B group The Internet played some relatively intimate shows in support of their new album Ego Death when it came out, and now they've announced a tour...
Tyler, the Creator once turned himself into a Ken doll, and now his Odd Future associate Earl Sweatshirt has turned himself into a cartoon for his Aaron Johnson–directed "Off Top" video. The only thing left is for Frank Ocean to turn himself into a Furby.... More »
As promised, Earl Sweatshirt has unveiled the music video of "Off Top," a short, tenacious cut off the Odd Future rapper's I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside. In the animated video, a cartoon Sweatshirt braves aggressive police, rabid dogs and random beatdowns as he journeys through a fever dream Los...
In which the Odd Future MC gets beat up in the big city.
The A$AP Mob and Odd Future founding members are coming together for the rap tour of the year.
The Odd Future alumnus leaves it all on the stage
The last time Tyler, The Creator visited 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' he reminisced about his days working at Starbucks and reveled how he came up with his stage name. Now the Odd Future leader hits the late-night stage to rap a new Dr. Seuss book. Continue reading…
Odd Future MC's Ready to Love Now Tour gets off to a rough start.
The last time Nardwuar got together with Tyler, The Creator, we declared it “the best Odd Future interview ever.” Those are some big shoes to fill, but the Canadian interviewer’s latest meet-up with the rapper may measure up. It starts off a little slow, but soon enough Tyler’s shouting about how sleepy he is and […]
Cherry Bomb (Odd Future/Sony) is the brand new album from Tyler, The Creator and considering what has happened since its release, maybe some are asking about the future of Tyler, or the future of Odd Future. This is what we know. Odd Future as a collective are no more. Earl Sweatshirt seems to not be […]
Last month saw releases by graduates of the Odd Future collective and a high-profile garage-rocker's analog synth side project. [ more › ]
by Andrew Sacher The Internet, Odd Future's neo-soul/alt-R&B group, released their new album Ego Death this week, featuring Janelle Monae, Vic Mensa, James Fauntleroy, Kaytranada and Tyler, the Creator. If you haven't heard it yet, check out a Spotify stream...
Photo by Brick Stowell Earlier this year, Tyler, the Creator implied via Twitter that Odd Future was "no more." Then, fellow OF member Earl Sweatshirt weighed in, saying Tyler's comments had been "solidifying the obvious." Now, in an interview...Show More Summary
The wait to hear Cali mic murderer Vince Staples' Def Jam Records debut Summertime '06 is over. NPR Music is streaming the sometime Odd Future affiliate's double album right now, and you should probably give it a listen. It's short, blunt and life-affirming, the rap album we need right now, not the one we want. Show More Summary
Odd Future might be old news, but Tyler, The Creator’s hijinks are not. The 24-year-old rapper has been on tour in support of his new album, Cherry Bomb, and a brief documentary chronicling some of his travels was released today via his very own Golf Media. It’s overall fairly uneventful, and aside from a girl’s […]