A totally not-safe-for-life skit from Odd Future’s Loiter Squad series.
Watch: Budweiser’s Made in Denver Documentary feat. Big Gigantic, Tennis, Two Fresh, and Tyler the Creator
“The shows in Colorado could get crazy. They let all their coolness go and just have fun.” –Tyler
Tyler recruits Internet sensation IceJJfish for a satirical take on gangsta rap.
Awards for: Most Exciting Unaffected Act, Best Outlandish Hand Gestures, Best On-Stage Banter, et al.
Odd Future emcees have a bone to pick with the comedian.
OutKast or Damon Albarn? TV on the Radio or Grimes? Get ready to make a lot of touch decisions.
“Weird Al” Yankovic, members of Metallica and Devo also lay down covers of “Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)”.
Did we mention they all cover the same song? And it dates back to 1892?
The National or Cut Copy? M.I.A. or Panda Bear? Decisions, decisions.
Featuring appearances from Tyler the Creator, Gwen Stefani, Snoop Dogg, Diplo, and more.
Nine Inch Nails, OutKast, Soundgarden, Frank Ocean, Kendrick Lamar, and more to play revived Canadian festival.
Kanye as Porky Pig? Drake as Millhouse?
Who will step in as host of Late Show once Letterman steps aside in 2015?
He didn’t “feel like putting it on the album.”
“It will never live up to the expectations of people that really want it.”
Plus: St. Vincent, Tyler the Creator, Childish Gambino, Jeff Tweedy, and Drive-By Truckers.
But officials in Tyler’s camp insist the incident was far from an actual riot.
Celebrating the momentous one-year anniversary.
Stemming from his Thursday afternoon show at the Scoot Inn.
Stops surround a handful of festival appearances.
Your paint-by-numbers guide to the year’s most hellish week in music.
Tyler the Creator and ScHoolboy Q also make cameos.
Plus: ASAP Mob, Cloud Nothings, Blondie, X, and Albert Hammond Jr.
LA rapper’s major label debut arrives a few days early.
Hip-hop collective has had their visas revoked.
OutKast, Kraftwerk, Frank Ocean, Neutral Milk Hotel, The National, and loads more.
Plus, Damon Albarn, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, and TV on the Radio.
Flaming Lips, Tyler the Creator, Explosions in the Sky, Chromeo, and more.
Live at the VGK Awards.
Yeezus performed “New Slaves” and “Late”.
Tyler lays down and talks about the N-word, President Obama, and more.
Plus: Tyler, Earl, Gaga, and M.I.A.
Inaugural Internet award show kicks of at 6:00pm EST.