At the end of last month, Odd Future held a carnival in Los Angeles. Action Bronson came through and so did Lil Wayne. If you missed out, here’s a recap of the day.
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It was already a full stage at Club Nokia last night for the Camp Flog Gnaw Tour. Somewhere between Odd Future’s set, they brought out Tune for his live edition of “No Worries”, “Pop That” and “Radicals”. Tyler also premiered a new song. 99point1percent
Odd Future was also on the bill yesterday at Hov’s Made In America concert. If you can keep up, here’s footage from their 40 minute set. yardie
While going “H.A.M” with Peter Rosenberg, the collective discusses adjusting to fame, their sexcapades and Tyler copping his mom a Range. Tyler cracks the mic after the jump.
Obviously, they weren’t serious. But during their recent visit with Peter Rosenberg, Tyler, Earl and Domo gave a humorous interpretation of The Throne’s track. Uh, hold the tomato.
Odd Future is at war and crosses enemy lines in their new motion picture off of
Dedicated to his chicks, Odd Future’s Hodgy Beats shows his appreciation by taking a stroll over D’Angelo’s “Alright” instrumental. Sounds like a perfect match.
That was fast. Two months after Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt was released from a Samoan boarding school, The New York Times reveals that he has his own label that will we be under the Sony Records umbrella. He’ll have his own imprint, Tan Cressida, to be distributed through Columbia. That places him in the Sony system alongside Odd Future, which was one of his priorities. He turned down offers with significantly higher advances and made sure that his contract allowed […]
From their encounter with E.T. to the ball court, Odd Future finds themselves balling with their pants down in the fifth episode of their comedy-sketch series. Pause. Don’t get too excited there, Amaya. Previously:
The pranks and wacky stunts continued on Adult Swim this past week as Thurnis Haley takes a tumble at the laundromat while Cubanos come to America. We like cheese! Previously: Ep. 1