Tyler, the Creator and Earl Sweatshirt linked up on Sunday night at the One Love Music Festival in Calgary, Alberta. The two registered a rare appearance together for the fest, where they performed their collaboration "Orange Juice" off Odd Future's 2010 mixtape Radical. The two looked energetic as they tore through their performance of the track in a video posted on Instagram by fellow Odd Future member Jasper Dolphin.
It's good to see a lot of the crew together again. Back in 2015, comments from both Tyler and Earl made it sound like Odd Future was ending. Tyler sent out some tweets that seemed to talk about Odd Future in the past tense, although he later clarified that he was just reminiscing and that the group had no beef. Earl later added to the confusion in an interview with The Guardian. "It’s my teenage boy club that got famous that I’m trying to not be defined by," he said of the group. "The OF thing follows you—it’s viral—even though not one thing I’ve done in the past couple years has been focused on OF."
Of course, OF members have continued to collaborate, but the vibe hasn't been quite the same as it was back in the day when they were all always hanging out and goofing off. So it's encouraging to see two of Odd Future's biggest stars still kicking it like the old days. Hopefully this means more musical collaborations are on the way as well.
You can check out the clip of Tyler, the Creator and Earl Sweatshirt performing "Orange Juice" in the video above.