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Earl Sweatshirt ‘Chum’ Video and Album Title Announcement
Earl Sweatshirt, one of the most elusive members of the controversial OFWGKTA rap collective has announced the title for his new album and dropped the video to accompany his most recent song release "Chum."
Earl was infamously off the radar for a long time while the rest of Odd Future, espe…
Odd Future Show, Lionel Arrest: Boston Cops Shut Down Gig
Los Angeles collective Odd Future once again ran afoul of Boston police, who shut down their concert last night (March 21), and reportedly arrested a member of the group.
Following lost member Earl Sweatshirt's live debut in New York Tuesday (March 20), Tyler, the Creator and co...
Earl Sweatshirt Returns, Releases New Song, ‘Home’
Ironically, Earl Sweatshirt was one of the most visible members of OFWGKTA when the group catapulted to fame a year ago, simply because he was fully off the radar at the time.
His absence was well chronicled -- most notably by the New Yorker -- and while Tyler the Creator was off being a lunatic, and…
Odd Future Announce Fall Tour Dates
Cali upstarts Odd Future's reign of terror continues with two MTV Video Music Award nominations and their first tour.
The 11 man Los Angeles skater-rap crew have announced a 27-date North American tour, which will begin on September 28 in San Diego, Calif...
Pusha T, Tyler, the Creator Destroy L.A. in Video — Watch
OFWGKTA front man Tyler, the Creator joins forces with Pusha T of the Clipse on the visual for the latter's new Neptunes-produced single 'Trouble on My Mind,' from his forthcoming EP 'Fear of God Part 2: Let Us Pray.'
The video, directed by Jason Goldwatch and shot in Los Angeles after the Odd Future…
Tyler, The Creator Handcuffed at Los Angeles High School
Odd Future's controversial frontman Tyler, The Creator was detained by Los Angeles police on Tuesday (May 10), while signing autographs at Westchester High School, and promoting the release of his XL Recordings debut 'Goblin.'
The 20-year-old rapper had organized promotional teams at Fairfax, Pacific…
Odd Future ‘Sign Themselves’ to Their Own Record Label
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The Odd Future crew has been courted by multiple record label honchos -- including Bad Boy's Sean "Diddy" Combs and SRC's Steve Rifkind -- for their services, even leading the collective to spoof the meetings in a Funny or Die video...