Domo Genesis of Odd Future links up with The Alchemist for his new mixtape “No Idols” Includes features from Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler The Creator, Action Bronson, Prodigy, SpaceGhostPurrp & More


Rah Digga – The Nigga In Me (Fat Trel & Tyler The Creator Diss)

“I didn’t make this record for press purposes or for hype cuz that’s not my thing. I got wind of various artists referencin me in a negative fashion. They poked fun at me I’m just pokin back. Its all sport to me. I wish em all the best, they just need to understand who is off limits. MC Lyte is off limits. Rah Digga is off limits. Respect those who kept hip hop raw so that we could still have a culture or get a first hand lesson in a lyrical A$$ whoopin. Love is love.” Rah Digga

Tyler, the Creator felt the wrath of Gucci Mane’s security team when he bum rushed the stage during a performance.

Tyler, the Creator may be down with Waka Flocka Flames’s Brick Squad movement, but that apparently doesn’t matter too much to Gucci Mane’s security team. This past February 29, the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All producer/rapper was forcibly removed from the stage during a Gucci Mane performance in Los Angeles.

According to XXL, Wolf Haley attempted to crash the stage during Gucci’s set at the G-Shock release party for The Hundreds and Casio’s collaborative watch. The Atlanta rapper’s security reacted quickly, grabbing Tyler by the throat and shoving him off stage. Later in the performance, the rapper returned to the stage and dove off the stage into the crowd.

Despite the incident, the Golf Wang hooligan did manage to snag a flick with Gucci, as seen above. Footage of Tyler’s antics can be seen below, courtesy of PeepSent.

The gay rights organization says that MTV should be more responsible in educating the masses.

GLAAD, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, has issued a statement addressing Tyler, The Creator’s recent win for Best New Artist at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.

The organization claims that MTV should be more responsible in educating viewers on the homophobic slurs and misogynistic lyrics found in contemporary music.

“Rather than providing simply a larger platform, MTV and other networks should educate viewers about why anti-gay and misogynistic language has no place in the music industry today,” said Senior Director of Programs, Herndon Graddick. “Given Tyler’s history of such remarks, viewers and potential sponsors should refrain from honoring homophobia and in the future look to a more deserving artist.”

Back in July, a number of women’s rights and LGBT organizations in Chicago, Illinois protested Odd Future’s performance at the Pitchfork Music Festival.

While previews of the video have entered the blogosphere some days ago, the world has been waiting for the full audio version of Pusha T’s collaboration with Tyler, the Creator, “Trouble on my Mind,” to drop. Now, the Neptunes produced cut has eventually arrived in its full audio glory and as you can hear below, it sure offers a different type of lyrical approach from both artists. The tune will appear on Pusha T’s Fear of God Part 2: Let Us Pray, due August 23. Expect the accompanying visual to grace your screen next week and let us know what do you think of the audio version below.


Being constantly on the road is a new thing for Tyler, the Creator and the rest of the OFWGKTA. In order to ease the pain, the man himself has decided to get a new moniker, DJ Stank Daddy, and created a little something which should cheer up his followers.

Hi. I’m On A Big Tour In Europe Right Now, Pretty New To This. I’m Used To Spending Summers Not Doing Anything Productive With My Friends. I’m Really Fucking Home Sick, Not Only That, I Have A Cast On, So, To Feel Better, I Put Together An Hour Mix Of Songs That I Like To Listen To, That Reminds Me Of Summer Back Home. Fuck A Tracklist, Figure It Out. GOLFWANG.


More details on the previously announced collaboration between Frank Ocean and Nas have surfaced on the web. As Pitchfork points out, Hodgy Beats stated that he, Tyler, the Creator and Mr. Ocean are currently working on a song with the Queensbridge rapper.

The song is almost finished; we’re just waiting on a verse… I’m just stoked to be on a song with [Nas].”

In related news, Tyler has added another prominent name to his steadily increasing catalogue as he has recorded a song with Pusha-T, titled “Trouble on My Mind”. The official clip to the tune, directed by Jason Goldwatch, has already been completed. The song will appear on Pusha’s forthcoming solo EP. Stay tuned!

It appears that Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara has started a new movement. After criticizing Tyler, the Creator for the violent misogyny and homophobia in his lyrics the gay and lesbian rights organization the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) has joined Quin in speaking out against the artist.

Tyler has said in interviews that he is not homophobic, yet his Twitter feed and rhymes are rampant with anti-gay slurs and references. His defense that ‘people take things too seriously’ or that he’s ‘just a kid’ is inexcusable. Using hateful language, regardless of the context, is unacceptable and in fact, very serious. Tyler’s attempts to be provocative as well as his indifference towards the

With the OFWGKTA fever spreading rapidly across the world, the whole music industry impatiently waited for the first week sales of Tyler, the Creator’s Goblin. HITS Daily Double indicates that the LP debuted at spot number five in the charts with 50,249 copies sold in the first week. It is last week’s third highest entry as The Lonely Island’s Turtleneck & Chain takes on number 3 with 65,303 units sold while Christina Perri’s Lovestrong. lands on number 4 with 56,045 copies sold. What are your thoughts on this?