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8 thoughts on “ Snow White - Odd Future - The OF Tape Vol. 2 (CD, Album)

  1. Mar 26,  · You should skip to the final track on Odd Future’s The OF Tape Vol. 2 to reach the project’s climax. That moment, of course, is Earl Sweatshirt’s rhyming return to the collective Odd Future.
  2. The insanely successful and prolific Odd Future collective have nothing if not a full plate, but now group has decided to add another huge project to their agendas: a new compilation album called OF Tape Vol 2. Below we've got the album's track list; watch the video for the first single, "Rella" here.
  3. The OF Tape Vol. 2 is the debut and currently only studio album by American hip hop collective Odd Future. It was released on March 20, by Odd Future Records and RED Distribution. It serves as the sequel to their debut mixtape, The Odd Future Tape ().
  4. Odd Future's ethos as suburban kids gone wild no longer shocks: They've even developed a Cartoon Network show around it. So while they stuff The O.F. Tape Vol. 2 full of raging hormones, they wisely avoid the taboo-breaking that made them the most controversial group of , save for exceptions like Hodgy Beats' caveman grunts on "Real B*tch." It's chaotically sequenced like a Three 6 Mafia.
  5. Mar 20,  · The thirteenth track of the Odd Future Tap Vol. 2 slows the pace a little bit, as Frank Ocean sings about his misunderstanding of what’s real .
  6. Apr 05,  · referencing The OF Tape Vol. 2, 2xLP + CD, Album, 1 For anyone trying to grab this album on vinyl, it’s being repressed for record store day this year! Reply See 2 /5().
  7. Mar 19,  · As the title suggests, The OF Tape Vol 2 is the sequel to their debut mixtape, although it’s being billed as the collective’s debut studio album. Odd Future have released other material – including ’s Bastard and last year’s Goblin from Tyler – but this is the first physical release to feature all members of OFWGKTA.
  8. The OF Tape Vol. 2 is the debut studio album by left-field hip hop collective Odd Future, whose members include recent Grammy winners Tyler, the Creator () and Frank Ocean (), plus lesser-known-but-equally-odd associates Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis, Mike G, The Internet, Taco, Jasper Dolphin, Left Brain, L-Boy, and Earl Sweatshirt.

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