Hip Hop Collective Forned In L.A With Allstar Cast -Also called Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, often abbreviated to OFWGKTA - THis Hip Hop Rapo Mixtape Available for the First Time On Coloured Vinyl
Highlights of the album for me are mostly Tyler and Earl Sweatshirt's contributions. "Splatter" was the first Tyler, the Creator song I heard, and quite frankly, it was one of the most evil things I've ever heard (I've since become quite desensitized to Tyler's shocking lyrics). The Fam-Lay beat ("Skrung Owt") sounds incredibly evil, and Tyler's asthmatic rasp is chilling. His voice has a complicated character to it that certainly puts him in the ranks of Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.
Earl's major solo piece on the mixtape, "Drop" (his other solo appearance being "Blade," which was meant to be a song with Domo, but was unavailable to record his part), is him at his prime. He had just recorded and dropped Earl, so this was just before February 2010, when he was sent to the Coral Reef Academy reforma
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