In honor of hockey returning this week and the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 overtime win tonight against the Dallas Stars, we have compiled a list of some of your favorite rappers and singers rocking some Blackhawks swag. Not sure how many are die hard fans or how many just enjoy the style of the sickest jersey in sports, but either way, enjoy.
In promotion of his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, Tyler the Creator gave a hilarious interview with Los Angeles local news station, KTLA. After joking around (although the newcasters could not tell) about the ‘disappearance of Earl Sweatshirt’, Tyler threw an impromptu birthday party (for everyone).
A few days ago we reported about Tyler the Creator’s hilarious Bono rant along with his upcoming tour. Today we checked out the new Odd Future radio station, which is not only commercial free, but pretty awesome as well.
Last November, Tyler the Creator got his wish when he convinced Kanye to perform Tyler’s favorite Ye song ‘Late’ at the Odd Future Carnival, a song that Kanye had not performed in years. Although Kanye consistently delivers two-hour long setlists at his tours, full of hits from his debut The College Dropout to his latest Yeezus, there are many B-side songs that we would love to see live. We reached out to Kanye fans at KanyeToThe to compile a (dark twisted) fantasy setlist full of other B-Side classics.
You didn’t like U2’s new free album showing up on your iPhone? Neither did Tyler the Creator. In a hilarious multiple tweet rant, Tyler (@fucktyler) almost singe-handedly made ‘F*ck Bono’ trending on Twitter while venting over the album’s promotion on through Apple.
In an exchange where the interviewer has a direct interest to get the juiciest details out of an artist, sometimes even wanting to provoke the artist (see Charlamagne Tha God), sometimes artists just can’t keep their cool. Here are our top ten moments of just that. Credits to KanyeToThe for some of the examples.
The world tragically lost one of its favorite actors and comedians yesterday, a void that can never be filled. With classic films like Good Will Hunting, Patch Adams, Dead Poets Society, Mrs. Doubtfire and many others, we will never forget Robin Williams. To keep the memory alive we have compiled a list with ten of the best moments were rappers paid homage and reference to the comedy legend that is Robin Williams.
In a recent episode of the Odd Future hosted show Loiter Squad, Tyler the Creator and Candian singer/song-writer Mac DeMarco teamed up for an song about women that are, a little more mature than the rest.