Odd Future

Odd Future, also known as Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, OF, OFWG or OFWGKTA,[1][2] is an American music collective formed in Los Angeles in 2007. The original members are Tyler, the Creator, Hodgy, Left Brain, Casey Veggies, The Super 3 (Matt Martians and Pyramid Vritra), and Jasper Dolphin. Later members included Earl Sweatshirt, Domo Genesis, Mike G, Frank Ocean, Taco Bennett and Syd tha Kyd.

Odd Future
Odd Future and Lil Wayne performing together at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in 2012.
Odd Future and Lil Wayne performing together at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in 2012.
Background information
Also known as
  • Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All
  • Wolf Gang
  • Loiter Squad
  • OF
  • OFWG
OriginLos Angeles, California, U.S.
Years active2007–present
Associated acts

Odd Future self-released their debut mixtape, The Odd Future Tape, in 2008, as well as various solo and collaborative projects over the subsequent years. The collective first gained widespread attention in 2011 mainly due to the success of Tyler, the Creator and Frank Ocean's careers. Odd Future released their debut studio album, The OF Tape Vol. 2, in 2012. Aside from music, Odd Future had an Adult Swim comedy skit show called Loiter Squad (2012-2014), as well as a clothing line.

Since 2015, Odd Future has been increasingly inactive as a unit, and many have speculated that they have broken up. Although their break-up has never been officially announced, it has been talked about by various members over the years.[3][4]


2007–2010: Founding, early releases and rise in popularityEdit

Odd Future was formed in 2007 in Los Angeles by Tyler, the Creator (Tyler Okonma) along with Hodgy (Gerald Long), Left Brain (Vyron Turner), Pyramid Vritra (Hal Williams), Matt Martians (Matthew Martin) and Jasper Dolphin (Davon Wilson). Tyler initially intended Odd Future to be a magazine.[citation needed] Much of the collective's early music was recorded in a room of Syd tha Kyd and Taco's South-Central Los Angeles home, known as The Trap.[citation needed] In early 2008, Casey Veggies released Customized Greatly, Vol. 1, featuring Tyler on a few tracks.[citation needed] On November 15, 2008, Odd Future released their debut mixtape, The Odd Future Tape.[5]

On July 7, 2009, Hodgy released his debut mixtape, The Dena Tape . On December 25, 2009, Tyler released his debut mixtape, Bastard. In 2008-2009, Chicago-based rapper Brandun DeShay joined the collective, and appeared on the song "Session" by Tyler on the original 2009 release of Bastard.[citation needed] Tyler and DeShay later had a falling out,[when?][citation needed] and DeShay's vocals on "Session" were replaced by Mike G in 2010 on the re-release.[citation needed] In 2009, Casey Veggies decided to leave Odd Future.[citation needed]

Domo Genesis, Earl Sweatshirt, Mike G, and Frank Ocean joined the group between 2009 and 2010.[citation needed] The group completed a two-stop tour, both being their first shows outside Los Angeles. One being in London on November 5, 2010, and another in New York City on November 8, 2010.[citation needed] Their concerts have been compared to punk rock shows, with stagediving, moshing, and group members antagonizing the crowd.[6][7] Earl Sweatshirt's debut mixtape, Earl, was released on March 31, 2010.[citation needed] MellowHype's debut mixtape, YelloWhite, was released on February 24, 2010,[citation needed] and their second mixtape, BlackenedWhite was also released in 2010.[citation needed] Domo Genesis released his debut mixtape, Rolling Papers on August 30, 2010,[citation needed] and Mike G released a mixtape, Ali, in 2010.[citation needed] The collective also released their second mixtape, Radical, near the middle of 2010.[citation needed] Lionel Boyce joined Odd Future during late 2010 to early 2011.[citation needed] Also some time during 2010 or early 2011, Pyramid Vritra lost connections with most of the Odd Future members because he was forced to move back to Georgia after Matt Martians, his roommate and fellow group member, got evicted from his house.[citation needed] Although Vritra later reconnected with some of the members, he wouldn’t work with any of the group again other than with Matt on Jet Age of Tomorrow, some years later.

2011–2014: Solo releases, The OF Tape Vol. 2 and Loiter SquadEdit

Earl Sweatshirt performing with the rest of Odd Future in March 2012

MellowHype re-released BlackenedWhite through Fat Possum Records.[when?][citation needed] Frank Ocean self-released his debut mixtape, Nostalgia, Ultra, on February 16, 2011[citation needed] . Tyler, the Creator signed a one-album deal with XL Recordings and released his debut album, Goblin, on May 10, 2011.[citation needed] They gained a cult following, and received press attention from blogs and magazines.[8] Though they were often labeled as horrorcore, the group has universally dismissed it on Twitter,[9] in interviews,[10] and on tracks such as "Sandwitches". Pitchfork Media labeled the group as indie rap.[11] In April 2011, the group signed a deal with RED Distribution and Sony Music Entertainment to start their own label, Odd Future Records.[12] On August 2, 2011, Odd Future announced the Golf Wang Tour 2011 on their website.[13] The tour included 27 stops, beginning on September 28, 2011 in San Diego, California at the House of Blues.[14]

On September 8, 2011, it was announced that Odd Future would be making a television show called Loiter Squad.[citation needed] The show was announced to be a sketch comedy show featuring various skits and pranks and originally aired on March 25, 2012 on Adult Swim.[citation needed] The show featured Tyler, Jasper, Taco, Earl and Lionel as main cast members, with other members of Odd Future making cameo appearances.[15][16] The program was produced by Dickhouse Productions, which is also the production company for the TV series Jackass.[citation needed]

On October 3, 2011, Tyler, the Creator tweeted a link to iTunes with a compilation album of songs from artists within the group such as Domo Genesis, Hodgy Beats, Mike G, The Jet Age of Tomorrow, MellowHype, The Internet, and Tyler himself.[citation needed] The album is simply named 12 Odd Future Songs, despite having 13 tracks, including three new releases from The Internet, Mike G and MellowHype.[citation needed] On March 20, 2012, the collective released their debut studio album, The OF Tape Vol. 2, as a sequel to the original mixtape, The Odd Future Tape.[citation needed] On the same day, Earl Sweatshirt, who was absent from Odd Future from June 2010 until February 2012 due to attending boarding school in Samoa, first performed with the group at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York.[17][18]

Frank Ocean released his debut studio album, Channel Orange, on July 10, 2012.[citation needed] Other solo releases for the second half of 2012 included Domo Genesis's No Idols with The Alchemist, released on August 1, 2012, and MellowHype's Numbers, released on October 9, 2012.[19][20] On December 5, 2012 it was announced Frank Ocean was nominated for six awards at the 2013 Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist, Record of the Year for "Thinkin Bout You" and Album of the Year for Channel Orange.[citation needed]

On April 2, 2013, Tyler, the Creator released his second studio album, Wolf, which received positive reviews from critics and debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200, selling 89,895 copies in the United States.[21][22] Earl Sweatshirt released his debut studio album.[23] Tyler and Earl also went on an EarlWolf Summer Tour in 2013.[citation needed]

In June 2014, Frank Ocean left Odd Future management, 4 Strikes.[citation needed] In May 2014, the third and final season of Loiter Squad premiered.[citation needed] Earl, Tyler, Jasper, Taco, and L-Boy did an in-depth interview for HuffPost Live.[when?][citation needed] On August 11 and August 12, 2014, Odd Future opened up for Eminem at Wembley Stadium, London.[citation needed].

An excerpt of a sting used on Odd Future Radio.

On September 12, 2014, the Odd Future radio station premiered on Dash Radio, which was released the month before by DJ Skee.[citation needed] The station featured a live playlist, special links such as "Taco Tuesday" (also repeated on Fridays) and coverage of live events, such as the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, also hosted by Odd Future.[24]

2015–present: Inactivity and speculation of break-upEdit

On January 18, 2015, Hodgy Beats confirmed that MellowHype will no longer exist, but he and Left Brain will continue to make music together. Hodgy stated in an interview, "Nah, we ain't breaking up. Nah, this ain't no weirdo shit. It's just some real shit. It's a refocus. Going from boys to men this is what it is. So it's either understand it, 'cause it will be explained–cry about it, talk shit, applaud us–we still moving."[25]

In May 2015, Tyler posted a photo on Twitter from 2010 which contained the entire Odd Future collective. He added "although it's no more, those 7 letters [OFWGKTA] are forever."[26] This was widely believed to be a confirmation of the end of Odd Future. However, the next day, he explained that his tweet was misinterpreted, and that he was merely "looking at old photos with friends and thinking about how time flies."[27] The next day, Earl Sweatshirt wrote: "No sympathy for male virgins who're in their feelings about Tyler pointing out and solidifying the obvious."[28] This caused an online debate over whether "the obvious" was referring to Tyler's first statement or his second. On June 30, Matt Martians seemingly confirmed to AllHipHop that Odd Future had indeed broken up, but that there were "no hard feelings among the members of OFWGKTA."[29]

"OFWGKTA" was listed on the bill for Tyler, the Creator's 4th Annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival.[30] The line-up that performed included Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis, Mike G and Left Brain. Tyler and Earl were not included in the set due to Tyler already having a solo show and Earl having amicably[31] distanced himself from Odd Future around the release of his second studio album, I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside (2015).[citation needed]

During the Odd Future set at the 4th Annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in 2015, Hodgy called out Tyler onstage about his dissatisfaction with Tyler, and remarking how he "stayed broke", and was also visibly irritated when other Odd Future members thanked Tyler for the invitation to the carnival.[32] Tyler responded to Hodgy in the middle of his solo set, saying "Niggas got me fucked up. I put too many niggas on. I helped too many of my motherfucking friends out, and niggas gonna come foul? You know who the fuck I'm talking about, nigga. And yes, this is real". Hodgy responded to these remarks on Twitter by saying "If it wasn't for Odd Future, where would Tyler be?" and "Think about who built the name OF together as a unit. Now think about who took the first initial shit on OF".[citation needed] However, one day later, a humorous Instagram video, uploaded by Hodgy, featured him and Tyler attempting to perform handstands; possibly suggesting that the feud had been dissolved.[citation needed] The video was later removed.[33]

On March 11, 2016, Syd officially announced her departure from Odd Future, making the Internet only a label-associated act. She also stated that she has not thought of herself as a member of Odd Future as a rap group since early 2011 when the Internet formed.[34] On May 2, 2016, the group confirmed that they were still together on their Twitter.[35] The tweet was later removed.

Some rumors began to circulate in August–September 2016 about the group working together musically again after a picture was taken of Tyler, Earl, Syd, Jasper, Taco, and Matt Martians together at the Afropunk Festival.[citation needed] Tyler and Earl performed as EarlWolf again for the first time in years.[36]

On December 9, 2016, Hodgy released his debut studio album Fireplace: TheNotTheOtherSide.[37] This would be the last album to be published on the Odd Future Records label.[citation needed] As of 2018, Hodgy is releasing music under a label named "Poorait".[38] Other members of Odd Future went on to sign for other labels: in 2015, Matt Martians signed to Three Quarter,[citation needed] The Jet Age of Tomorrow signed to their own label, 5th Echelon Jet Repair Co.,[citation needed] Trash Talk signed to their own label, Trash Talk Collective.[citation needed] In 2016, Syd, the Internet, and Tyler signed to Columbia Records.[citation needed] In 2018, Domo Genesis and Left Brain signed to Empire, and Mike G signed to "Stealth Fighter L.L.C.".[citation needed]

On February 6, 2017, MellowHype confirmed to be working together once again on MindGone Vol. 1.[39]

On March 29, 2018, Tyler released the song "Okra", on which he said "Golf be the set, no more OF", signaling his apparent dissociation with the collective.[40]

On August 8, 2018, Taco posted a series of four 15-second videos on his Instagram story, showing an Odd Future reunion concert taking place at The Low End Theory club in Los Angeles, as the club's final show. Odd Future members who attended the show included Tyler, Earl, Taco, Jasper, Syd, Hodgy, and Mike G.[41] They performed well known tracks such as "Orange Juice", "Rella", and "Sandwitches".[citation needed] Left Brain posted on Instagram story that he had no knowledge of the event, and was never invited nor told.[citation needed] Domo and Frank didn't attend or speak about it.[citation needed]

In December 2018, the Odd Future official website was redesigned to no longer feature artist representation or of the collective, instead focusing on Odd Future clothing and merchandise.[42][43]


  • Tyler, the Creator – rapper, singer, producer, music video director, designer (2007–present)
  • Hodgy (Hodgy Beats) – rapper, producer (2007–present)
  • Casey Veggies – rapper (2007–2009)
  • Left Brain – producer, DJ, rapper (2007–present)
  • Pyramid Vritra – producer, rapper (2007–2012/2013)
  • Jasper Dolphin – rapper, hypeman (2007–present)
  • Earl Sweatshirt – rapper, producer, DJ (2009-2015, 2018, 2019)
  • Domo Genesis – rapper, DJ (2009–present)
  • Mike G – rapper, DJ (2009–present)
  • "Taco" Bennett – music video director, rapper, DJ, hypeman (2009–present)
  • BrandUn DeShay – producer, rapper (2008–2010)[44]
  • Lucas Vercetti – hypeman (2011–2013/2014), store merchandise (2011–2013)
  • Frank Ocean – singer, producer, rapper (2010–present)[45]
  • Na-Kel Smith – skateboarder, occasional rapper, hypeman (2010–present)
  • Lionel Boyce (L-Boy) – TV writer & producer, hypeman (2011–present)
  • Syd (Syd tha Kyd) – singer, producer, DJ (2008–2016, 2018)[46]
  • Matt Martians – producer, singer (2007–2015)[47][48]
  • Luis "Pancho" Perez – cinematographer (2012–present)
  • Julian Berman – photographer (2011–present)
  • Eddy "Legohead" – photographer (2010–2015), store merchandise (2011–2013)
  • Sagan Lockhart – skater, photographer, hypeman (2010–present)


Controversies and incidentsEdit

Odd Future was scheduled to appear at the February 2014 Rapture Festival in Auckland, New Zealand, as a supporting act to Eminem. The group was not on the original bill, but was substituting for Kendrick Lamar after the concert had been sold out.[50] A campaign was launched by an anti-violence group to prevent Odd Future performing, based partly on prior occurrences of the group supposedly inciting violence by their fans towards members of the public, and by the group's lyrics allegedly supporting rape and violence towards women.[51] Immigration New Zealand canceled the visa of some group members because of prior acts of inciting violence, including one where the group allegedly encouraged fans to attack members of the police.[52]

In 2015, Tyler, The Creator was banned from the United Kingdom for 3–5 years due to the allegedly homophobic and violent content of his lyrics from earlier albums such as Bastard and Goblin.[53]

Tyler's UK ban has since been lifted,[54] concurring with his show in London to promote his fifth studio album, Igor. However, his show was forcibly cancelled by police after they voiced their safety concerns, saying that it was "overcrowded" and "too rowdy".[55]


Studio albumsEdit

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales

The OF Tape Vol. 2
  • Released: March 20, 2012
  • Label: Odd Future
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
5 1 1 34 13 23 40 40



Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Organization Award Result
2011 O Music Awards Best Web-Born Artist Nominated[65]
MTV2 Sucker Free Awards Best Crew of 2011 Nominated[66]
2013 NME Awards Best International Band Nominated[67]


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