Odd Future reveal ‘OF Tapes Vol 2’ tracklisting and new artwork

However Earl Sweatshirt is nowhere to be found on album details…

Odd Future have announced the tracklisting for their forthcoming new album ‘OF Tapes Vol 2’.

The rap collective, who posted the video to their new single ‘Rella’ online earlier this week (February 21) and will release the new LP on March 19, also seem to be planning on releasing the album with four alternative front covers – scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the artwork.

Although the album will feature new material from the likes of Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean, Hodgy Beats, Left Brain and The Internet, rapper Earl Sweatshirt, who recently reunited with the group, is not mentioned in the tracklisting.


The tracklisting is as follows:

‘Bitches’ (ft. Domo Genesis and Hodgy Beats)
‘NY (Ned Flander)’ (ft. Hodgy Beats, and Tyler, the Creator)
‘Ya Know’ (ft. the Internet)
‘Forest Green’ (ft. Mike G)
‘Lean’ (ft. Hodgy Beats and Domo Genesis)
‘Analog 2’ (ft. Tyler, the Creator, Frank Ocean, and Syd tha Kyd)
’50’ (ft. MellowHype)
‘Snow White’ (ft. Hodgy Beats and Frank Ocean)
‘Rella’ (ft. Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis, and Tyler, the Creator)
‘Real Bitch (ft. MellowHype and Taco)
‘P’ (ft. Hodgy Beats and Tyler, the Creator)
‘White’ (ft. Frank Ocean)
‘Hcapd’ (ft. Domo Genesis, Hodgy Beats, and Tyler, the Creator)
‘Sam (Is Dead)’ (ft. Domo Genesis and Tyler, the Creator)
‘Doms’ (ft. Domo Genesis)
‘We Got Bitches’ (ft. Tyler, the Creator, Taco, and Jasper Dolphin)
‘Oldie’ (ft. Odd Future)

Odd Future will play a handful of tour dates in the UK and Ireland next month. The gigs kick off 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.

Last week, it was revealed that Odd Future are working with Kanye West on new material. The studio hook-up was documented in a series of pictures posted on their official blog, Golfwang.tumblr.com, with key members Tyler, The Creator and Frank Ocean both pictured.



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