Interview | OFWGKTA Tyler the Creator | dayline.info
By the time of their fusion, Madlib and MF DOOM had mastered the rules, . to Odd Future, particularly Tyler and Earl, whose theoretical EarlWolf project is built off the Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5 video. My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, DOOM brokered the meeting, hoping for a cut . BadBadNotGood (stylized as BADBADNOTGOOD) is an instrumental music group from Toronto Matthew Tavares, Alexander Sowinski, and Chester Hansen met in through The trio united over a shared love for hip hop music, including that of MF Doom and Odd Future. . touring members Earl Sweatshirt - Doris. Bad Meets Evil. 16 .. Earl Sweatshirt, Vince Staples, Casey Veggies. 24 MF DOOM, MF Grimm, Kurious, Kadi, DJ Lord Sear.
Ariel's Pretty Old, But Overall. How does it work for you guys? Is there any reason behind that, have you gone straight edge like Ian MacKaye?
I Dont Need Drugs. One of the things I found most refreshing about you guys is that you tend to thumb your nose at the establishment, the 40 year old rappers talking about how much money they have, etc.
Earl Sweatshirt - The Doris Tour - with guest Vince Staples
How have you found the response to be from established artists? Most of the people I talk hip hop with are old fucks like myself, who got really into the music during the late 80s and early 90s, they all seem to share the opinion that hip hop has gotten boring as shit, there are no real risk takers, everyone falls into one of like 5 sounds, its not even that dudes are technically bad, they are just boring.
It would be interesting to get the opinion of a younger artist, especially one who is making the type of music we have all been craving Those same old fucks that bitch non-stop are geeked on you guys and the energy and vibe you bring. Where do you see it all going, you guys are obviously a self contained unit, with tons of talent, the videos are fresh, the music is great, there is a lot of talk in the music and the videos of skating, even sponsorships.
What does the future hold for Odd Future? The beats are dark, grimy, minimalist: There are, thankfully, no skits on the album: But Earl's verse reminds us why we're here, and the album picks up in earnest with the second track, the extraordinary "Burgundy.
Why you so depressed and sad all the time, like a little bitch?
My grandma's passin' But I'm too busy to get this fuckin' album cracking to see her So I apologize in advance if anything should happen And my priorities fucked up: I know it, I'm afraid I'm gonna blow it And those expectations raised because Daddy was a poet, right? It sounds like a hangover. Stone cold, hardly fucking with these niggas, nigga listen The description doesn't fit, if not a synonym of menace then forget it In turn, these critics and interns Admitted the shit spit, it just burn like six furnaces Writ it, affixed, learning them digits, and simultaneously Dispelling one-trick-pony myths—isn't he?
As soon as lead single "Chum" hit the Internet in Decembermusic blogs fell all over themselves in effusive praise. Tell us something more about yourself. Who are you guys and what instruments you play?
How did you guys met and how did BBNG started? We all met at jazz school in Toronto and connected over the same music. We had a random jam after school and decided to play hip-hop instead of jazz. Our buddy Sam thought it would be a good idea to film it, so he did and it went on the NET. What decision was, hands down, the best one you made last year? Can you describe a regular day in the life of BBNG? Other than that we all live separate lives where we stay healthy and positive.
BADBADNOTGOOD talking jazz | dayline.info
Jazz-music clearly has a great impact on your lives. Can you tell some more about your love for jazz? Also wanna give a quick shout out to Portico Quartet and Supersilent.
Can you name out some of your personal favorites in hiphop?