Sure, his aimless LP was a let-down, but there's no denying the lasting power of "Yonkers," the song that took the Odd Future movement national. Tyler's stone-faced tribute to the grimy East Coast rap aesthetic is undoubtedly the most ominous record of the year, a haunting, minimal mission statement for his fuck-everything mantra. The song's rumbling bass line provides a perfect backdrop for Wolf Haley's crystal-clear baritone, spewing suicidal thoughts while seething about bloggers and pop-rap poster boys ("I'll crash that fuckin' airplane that that faggot nigga B.o.B. is in/And stab Bruno Mars in his goddamn esophagus"). It's worth noting that Tyler managed to release the music video before the song leaked, making it hard to hear without picturing the brilliant, surrealist imagery (bug eating, vomit, a noose) that perfectly complemented the song. Even if Odd Future never lives up to their promise, there's no denying that this was a perfect hip-hop moment.