Tyler, The Creator says Odd Future are ‘no more’

The rapper hints that the hip-hop group have split up

Tyler, The Creator has suggested that his hip-hop group Odd Future have parted ways.

The group formed in Los Angeles in 2007 before rising in popularity during 2010. As well as Tyler serving as defacto leader, the collective also consisted of rappers, artists and producers such as Frank Ocean, Earl Sweatshirt, Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis, Left Brain, Syd Tha Kid and more.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday (May 27), Tyler posted a series of old photographs involving his Odd Future bandmates and wrote: “damn going threw the old golf wang photos shit. i miss my friends alot. 5 years later isnt that long but wow soooo much has happened”.


The rapper added: “although its no more, those 7 letters are forever.” The seven letters appear to refer to OFWGKTA, the initials of the group’s elongated name Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. See the tweets in question below.


Tyler, The Creator recently released his third studio album ‘Cherry Bomb’ during April, while Earl Sweatshirt released his second LP ‘I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside’ in March. Frank Ocean is currently preparing a new album thought to be called ‘Boys Don’t Cry’.

Meanwhile, Tyler recently hosted a screening of film Napoleon Dynamite in London. The movie was shown at the Prince Charles Cinema in central London on May 16. There was an Odd Future pop-up shop at the same venue

Read the NME review of Tyler The Creator album ‘Cherry Bomb’.