Tyler The Creator Shares Cryptic Words About The Possible End Of Odd Future

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When Tyler The Creator and the rest of his Odd Future cohort came together in 2007 (or 2006, depending on who you ask), it was a shock to the central nervous system of rap. For the better part of a decade already, Tyler and his crew of Earl Sweatshirt, Frank Ocean, Hodgy Beats, The Internet, Domo Genesis and more have worked together to imbue the music scene with a wilder, younger and far more irreverent approach.

And now it all might be coming to an end.

Odd Future's leader took to Twitter Wednesday night to reminisce about some of the group's best times and insinuated that the collective is "no more."

With Tyler and Earl having both dropped excellent solo albums earlier this year and Frank Ocean scheduled to release his highly-anticipated Boys Don't Cry in just over a month, it would appear that the OFWGKTA clique is stronger than ever. Perhaps Tyler is aware of a slight loosening of bonds between its members--it's only natural for teenage friends to begin to drift apart as time goes by. Here's hoping that music stays strong no matter the group status.