Marvin Hagler said:
n*gga please nothin alike n terms of style & content but they def got hella similarities:
1. counter culture & challenge da hip hop status quo
2. from da region under represented in da last decade, west coast
3. young wild n*ggas who appeal primarily to da 13-23 yr old demographic
4. content dats left field, strange, polarizin & controversial
5. they both accused of pushin shock value over rap skills (mo Lil B than OFWG obviously but still)
6. in house production wit a gang of free original songs but occasionaly f**k wit industry instrumentals
7. have a swag that aint typical for blacks in da industry, defnitely grew up or live round whites
8. internet generation rappers wit grassroots swag & fanbase
9. fanz of both love & hate dat n*ggas sleepin on 'em, makes 'em feel special they got in on da groundfloor
10. both fanz waitin to say 'i told u so' & pop champagne when they blow up
see mayne like it or not they identical in terms of marketin strategy & appeal. yall n*ggas gotta realize dat at da end of da day this da music BUSINESS, and they push a product to us da consumers. cuz before OFWGKTA got on da radar heavy it wasnt s**t for n*ggas to laugh @ Lil B & compare him to Joe Budden or whoever & call dat n*gga wack. based fans laughed right back cuz to them they wuz juss closed minded conformists comparin B's genius to whut they saw as cliche industry rap. but now da game changed cuz based & odd future movements got da same exact LANE ya dig.
if you listen to both, which obvsly you don't... you'd know that they are not the same lol and OF doesn't make songs for you to 'laugh at' or 'shock value rap'
just cus you rap, you're weird and from la doesn't mean you're alike...i agree they have similarities but at the end of the day i wouldn't put them in a box like you n*ggas are doing right now