If you were a hip-hop fan in the early 2010s, then chances are you were a fan of Odd Future.
The hip-hop collective, which started in 2007, featured the likes of Earl Sweatshirt, Frank Ocean and Tyler, The Creator amongst others, with the group launching a few hugely successful solo careers.
It's often been rumoured that the group had broken up (though this has never officially been confirmed), and Tyler has now said that he'd be "open" to an Odd Future reunion.
Speaking at a Converse talk in London, Tyler was asked, "Are we ever gonna get another Odd Future tape?"
Tyler responded, “9 times out of 7, no. Look, I would be open to it, but I think everyone’s kinda past that. And I think some people base it on nostalgia rather than like ‘would it actually be good?’ Like you don’t always need a Bad Boys 5.
“Honestly the Odd tapes weren’t that good. It was just a fun time, but musically it was just ‘meh.’ For the time it was tight but now […] I don’t know if the styles would mesh much with everyone. But who knows, this could change in 6 weeks.”
Tyler's hit the nail on the head - we are nostalgic when we think about Odd Future, but can you blame us?
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