February 26, 2012 11:43

Odd Future's Hodgy Beats releases free EP online

Rapper teams up with Oscar winning artist

Odd Future's Hodgy Beats releases free EP online

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Odd Future's Hodgy Beats has released a new EP online called 'Untitiled'.

The rapper has made the EP available as a free download from the band's official blog Golfwang.tumblr.com. Juicy J, who won the Best Original Song Oscar in 2006 for the Three 6 Mafia's 'It's Hard Out Here For A Pimp', heads up an extensive list of producers on the new EP, which also includes contributions from Flying Lotus, The Alchemist and Thelonius Martin.

The tracklisting is as follows:

'Cookie Coma'
'Lately Produced'
'In A Dream'
'If Heaven Is A Ghetto'
'Higashi Loves You'

Odd Future, who are due to release their new album 'OF Tape Vol. 2' on March 20, unveiled the controversial video for their new track 'Rella' last Monday (20) - scroll down and click below to watch it.

The hip-hop collective will be returning to the UK and Ireland for a tour next month. The gigs kick off at Birmingham's O2 Academy on March 28, and end on April 2 at Dublin Olympia. The run also includes shows in London, Manchester and Glasgow.

To check the availability of Odd Future tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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