You crazy for this one, Tyler.
I’m not certain where the “next level” exists, but this guy lives on it. Behold the wacked out brilliance that is Tyler, The Creator, half of the duo Odd Future. This clip got him the coveted MTV VMA Best New Artist award.
Odd Future’s new mixtape, OF Tape Vol. 2, is due out March 19th and here’s another bizarre-o clip, as you would expect. Hodgy Beats is a fat, balding, prescription-addicted loser and Tyler is Hodgy’s baby (at least his head is). The visuals are appropriately creepy and the track is quite stripped-down. At least they are keeping things interesting.
The Odd Future crew bring you another wackadoodle clip with Hodgy Beats as a Robo Cop with a super powered…attachement, Domo Genesis rocking some Sammy Davis Jr., and Tyler as a coke-snorting centaur. Business as usual.
Ed Sullivan breaking The Beatles was a game changer, but that era is long gone as bands skyrocket to popularity with the help of a well placed video or sound byte. Still, folks know the importance of a knockout performance on a late night stage with the likes of David Letterman or Jimmy Fallon. Here are some game changers from recent history.
Interactive dance clips; dangerous escalators; one-shot wonders; murderous muppets; product whores – our favorite 11 music videos from this year cover a lot of ground.
Hey did you know Tyler is craaaazy? Game too? They’ll tell you all about it while they hang out in a really dirty asylum. With a kitty. And is that Lil’ Wayne on the hook? Think so.
It’s one of Tyler the Creator’s hottest jams, with a healthy dose of PokeMans.
Tyler is everywhere, even with a broken leg. This time Clipse Pusha T snagged him for a team up, “putting the hipsters with fellons and thugs”. The Neptunes provide the beat, though it’s clearly all about Tyler and his band of merry wanksters.
Odd Future’s most outspoken member Tyler, The Creator’s mixtape of his favorites for Summer 2011. Thankfully he has great taste in music and the mix is fun: downtempo hip-hop, a nice sampling of R+B, and a couple of indie tracks. SWAG.