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<div class="quote-name">Róú× Le Röx√</div>
<p>Do do you feel like Odd Future has/had a distinct west coast sound?^… It’s a new age man, everybody is everywhere. People should always remember where each sound was developed though-</p>
<p>Well Rocky’s sound is very similar to Odd Future and Lil B’s sound in many ways. I’m not saying they’re the same, but there are certainly similarities. They are all unique however, that’s why they are so popular. I’m not a big fan of them particularly, but I do admire their production and the fact they bring something new. I wouldn’t say they are distinctly west coast but perhaps its my sectional bias to assume all west coast rappers sound like Lil B and OF. As you say, the world is getting smaller and smaller and I guess ASAP is a testament to that. I never thought I’d see a Harlem rapper saying swag and being the poster boy of a California based clothing company. In many way’s it’s refreshing to see people embracing each other regardless of where their from, which was always something petty that divided and still divides hip-hop fans today.</p>
What the fuck this nigga talkin' about? Lol. Rocky doesn't sound like OF or Lil' B, AT ALL. Just because a rapper says "Swag" doesn't mean he sounds like another rapper that says it. The music is deeper than that. OF, to me, is more rockish. You're gonna tell me Rocky sounds rockish cuhz? Nahh B. Not a stan, but Lil' B is pretty much in his own genre, he's in that same area as Riff Raff. And as far as all West Coast rappers sounding like them, you should probably listen to anybody on Mac Dre, Pac, Snoop, etc. OF doesn't sound ANYTHING like Pioneer West Coast rappers. Rocky carries himself like Harlem nigga and raps like a Southerner. His flow is more reminiscent of a 90's Houston nigga mixed with early Dipset.