[heading size=”15″ align=”left”]50. Waxahatchee – Ivy Tripp[/heading]
Waxahatchee has been one of those artists who seems to scrape the bottom of the barrel. There’s nothing wrong with Katie Crutchfield’s style of producing music yet somehow her musical appearance never accesses as much attention as it deserves. Ivy Tripp manages to be Waxahatchee’s first fully-captivating album.
One of the most fascinating and talented members of Odd Future, Earl Sweatshirt has already formed a mythology in hip hop culture thanks to his boarding school exile after the release of his first album. Sweatshirt is by far one of the strongest rappers in Odd Future, working on his talent like Frank Ocean does on his singing, or Tyler the Creator does on crazy productions.