Like your Odd Futures, ASAPs and Yung Leans gone before, Section Boyz have broken through the internet first and are now coming to a rave near you.
Odd Future’s ever-irreverent Golf Wang imprint kicks off the SS16 season with a typically tongue-in-cheek lookbook dubbed “WHAT MAKES YOU SMILE?” featuring Tyler, The Creator and A$AP Rocky – both of whom tell the viewer in no uncertain terms exactly what makes them smile. Tyler’s response is, as you’d imagine, pretty zany, while Rocky professes […]
Last week, Life or Death PR & Management went out of business following a storm of allegations of sexual misconduct against the company's founder, Heathcliff Berru. (Life or Death's former clients included Odd Future, D'Angelo, Killer...Show More Summary
The Internet's sleek, moody Ego Death was quietly one of 2015's best R&B releases. The Odd Future–affiliated band's co-leader, Syd tha Kyd, called RS toward the end of their most recent U.S. tour to tell us about the songs that she and her bandmates kept in heavy rotation in their...
Heathcliff Berru, the founder of a PR company that represented Odd Future and Killer Mike, apologises for ‘crossing the line of decency’ Heathcliff Berru, a US publicist and the founder and CEO of Life or Death PR and Management, has been forced to resign after details emerged of his sexual conduct with women. Show More Summary
LA spitfire and (former?) Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt released one of the best 40 rap albums of 2015 and has been active outside of the booth, turning a critical eye on Drake and debuting new songs at recent shows. A studio version of one of those songs, “Mirror,” has finally surfaced. In a Pitchfork […]
As Domo Genesis raps at the beginning of “KWYM (Keep Working Young Man),” “I ain’t spit bars in a minute.” But now the erstwhile Odd Future affiliate is back with a new track, and it looks like a full album is soon to follow. Although he says he’s “kinda rusty,” you wouldn’t know it from […]
Sounds like: Run The Jewels, Childish Gambino, Odd Future, Das Racist, Action Bronson Song: O.R. They? - Not If I Don't See You First What's so good? Do we take ourselves too seriously? We do, and I can confidently say that Wes Anderson and Chicago hip-hop duo O.R. Show More Summary
Alvin Risk takes another leap into the unexpected with his new release “Beastmode” on Fool’s Gold. The title track is a moody, hybrid jam built around insane vocals from Odd Future’s Hodgy Beats, constantly morphing breakbeats, and what might just be a late contender for the year’s craziest bassline. Premiered on Complex, listen to it […]
The Posterz are an upstart Montreal crew currently exuding that combustible energy unique to unwieldy young rap groups. When I’m watching the video for “Want It All,” from their recent Junga EP, it reminds me of Odd Future if they had more of a Tribe sensibility or A$AP Mob if they were still kids. When […]
For my money, the best non-Fargo show on TV right now is You’re The Worst, the FXX comedy about two deeply fucked-up people trying to figure out how to be in an adult couple, mostly because they know they’d be doomed if they were on their own. Aya Cash, the show’s female lead, plays a […]
Photo by Phil Knott A$AP Rocky performed at Odd Future's annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, which took place over the weekend. During his set, he freestyled over the beat to Tyler, the Creator's "Yonkers". You can watch a video below, via Complex.
The Slow, Sad Demise of Odd Future – 6 Signs That It May Be The End of Days For The Hip-Hop Hellraisers
Over the weekend, the L.A. Coliseum was transformed into Camp Flog Gnaw, Odd Future's alternative hip-hop music festival and carnival. [ more › ]
Hodgy Beats photo via Facebook; Tyler, the Creator photo by Erez Avissar On Saturday, Tyler, the Creator held his annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles. When the lineup was announced, it included a listing for "OFWGKTA", despite earlier indications that Odd Future seemed to have broken up. Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Tyler, The Creator made an offhand Twitter comment that Odd Future, the rap crew that was once synonymous with his name, was “no more.” When people freaked out, he seemed surprised that anyone wouldn’t have already known that the group was done. So it seemed like a bit of a conciliatory gesture […]
"Tyler is a fraud. He turned his back on niggas that never crossed him."
The Internet is a neo-funk/soul group made up of Odd Future members Syd the Kyd and Matt Martians, among others. Their debut LP, Ego (...)
Not everyone thinks it’s such a great idea when Drake gets interested in an artist less famous than himself. Take, for instance, former Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt. After Drake played up-and-coming rapper Kodak Black’s “SKRT” on the sixth episode of OVO Sound Radio on Beats 1 and later Instagrammed a video of himself dancing to the song, […]