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To cap off last night's Odd Future Records bazaar, Trash Talk played a late night set at Williamsburg's 285 Kent. Left Brain DJed before Trash Talk took the stage, so you know OF made their presence…   Read Story »
Tyler, The Creator shows a lot of love for Toro Y Moi on Twitter, so you had to figure a collaboration between the two was only a matter of time. Apparently, the track, "Hey You," got out there…   Read Story »
Here's a Channel Orange bonus cut called "Golden Girl," a breezy, loverlorn number featuring Tyler, The Creator doing a verse in his pitched-down devil voice. "Let's toast and listen to Michael…   Read Story »
In a post on his Tumblr, Frank Ocean, the buttery-genius R&B singer from the Odd Future crew, has essentially come out of the closet. He never says anything as plain as "I'm gay," but he does open…   Read Story »
Tyler, The Creator is not done with his directing career! Tyler did the video for "Sam (Is Dead)," a Tyler/Domo Genesis track from The O.F. Tape Vol. 2, under his Wolf Haley alias, and it's a trip…   Read Story »
A couple of weeks ago, Bam Margera pranked Odd Future capo Tyler, The Creator on the revamped version of MTV's Punk'd. This week, Tyler got a chance to do a bunch of punking of his own, hosting a new…   Read Story »
MTV's newly relaunched Ashton Kutcher-free version of Punk'd depends on celebrity guest hosts pranking their celebrity friends Last night's episode featured Jackass alums Bam Margera (not looking so…   Read Story »
Billed as a sequel to their "Rella" video, Odd Future's latest clip for "NY (Ned Flander)" is awash with similar bizarre imagery, where Tyler plays a rapping baby and Hodgy Beats plays a deadbeat.…   Read Story »
Outside of a new track from Earl Sweatshirt, the Odd Future collective, as a group, has been relatively quiet lately (though rapper Mike G and Syd Tha Kid sideproject the Internet put out releases).…   Read Story »
Back in the day, when two artists didn't like each other, they'd deal with it in relatively low-profile ways: A snippy backstage comment, or a pointed interview comment. Maybe they'd toss in a…   Read Story »