Let’s face it, Tyler, the Creator is suaver than most of us will ever be.
Every day, the rapper reveals small subtleties about himself that set him apart from the pack, like how just this weekend he re-opened the Los Angeles Golf Wang store, all designed by Tyler himself, how he likes driving fast cars, or how his two latest tracks are spaced-out jazz gems.
Just this week, Tyler released a new song called “PUFF,” an instrumental driving cut that reimagines Tyler’s Cherry Bomb track “Blow My Load.” “PUFF” is one of the lightest reworks Tyler’s shared with fans to date — at least it was until Tyler followed up on the track just two hours later with his most mellow song yet.
“BUCKET” is just the latest loosie from the artist, and follows a long string of tracks that include “435,” “GELATO,” “PEACH FUZZ,” “QUARTZ,” and a few remixes.
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