From Odd Future to A$AP Mob to 88Rising, we look back at the best rap collectives the internet birthed over the past decade.
Cherish the miracles, my friends.
The Los Angeles rap collective was so large, it's easy to forget some of its lesser-known members.
Personal and artistic growth is only possible through separation.
Before J. Cole had even put out an album, Jay was trying to convince the Odd Future rebels to join Roc Nation.
Tyler was the sun the rest of Odd Future circles, but in breaking out of his orbit the group is finding their individual places in music.
In a cryptic tweet Tyler, The Creator informs fans that Odd Future is "No More."