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Tyler, The Creator had a song called "Garbage" in Grand Theft Auto V, and he showed up at the video-game-honoring VGX Awards to perform the track with Earl Sweatshirt in tow. It's a typically grimy…   Read Story »
The year of Pharrell is coming to an end, but not without this pretty huge finish. "Happy," a song from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack, has been made into what's billed as the world's first 24-hour…   Read Story »
At last year's inaugural Odd Future Carnival, Lil Wayne showed up as a surprise guest performer. At this year's event, which went down Saturday in L.A., Yeezus was in the building. Kanye West was…   Read Story »
We now live in a society where Arsenio Hall and Tyler, The Creator will sit across from each other, on television, and Arsenio will tell Tyler "you're very free with your tweets." Even six months…   Read Story »
After an ambitious and awkward 90-minute production, the inaugural YouTube Music Awards have disappeared into a cloud of blue chalk dust. The ceremony, streamed live from a warehouse in New York,…   Read Story »
Grab some popcorn (but don't dare smear butter on that keyboard) and cozy up in front of your laptop screen because the inaugural YouTube Music Awards are going down this evening live from New York's…   Read Story »
Cleary, Tyler, The Creator is the Orson Welles of this rap shit. Last night, the Odd Future figurehead posted a cinematic masterpiece of a six-minute horror movie called The Ghost Of The Hotel. It…   Read Story »
There's nothing like a good old-fashioned Tyler, The Creator Twitter rant to start your day off right. Tyler, Odd Future's ringleader, met Black Eyed Peas ringleader will.i.am (both groups are their…   Read Story »
UPDATE: In yet another radio interview, this time with L.A.'s 97.1 AMP Radio, Kanye offered voluminous praise for Tyler, The Creator, "an artist, innovator, and a good mentor." Tyler apparently…   Read Story »
For a second there, it looked like the YouTube Music Awards could be some kind of game-changer: Creative direction from Spike Jonze, performances from Arcade Fire and M.I.A. and Earl Sweatshirt and…   Read Story »