‘you could never have the punk explosion nowadays, because of cancel culture and woke bullshit.’
Posts Tagged: Tyler the Creator
looks surreal after a year of isolation
tunes she’s listening to while traveling around the country
‘It’s just the politically correct way to say the N-Word to me’
The Drums are playing at the Bootleg and at TROPICALIA MUSIC & TACO FESTIVAL
an Icon is the least of it
has grown into his role as sexually ambivalent art rap
improved after repeat listens…
Billie is a real hit
the first solo rapper to land a No. 1 album without any co-production or outside producer credits
four days late
left, strange, indie somewhere strange explicitly boy crazy
his first full-length release since his 2017 Grammy-nominated album Flower Boy
a new collaboration with Japanese brand Suicoke
its highly-anticipated Autumn 2018 Lookbook.
the seventh annual Camp
a mind in transition and a body in constant motion
We should have flip flopped
Bananarama’s first NYC show ever
certainly represents what kids listen to these days
CAUSE THAT NIGGA FLAKED ON STUDIO SESSIONS TWICE
Tyler the Creator has dropped a video for his new song ‘Buffalo’ and it is the weirdest thing ever. Actually it is two songs for the price of one as there is soon a transition to the smooth R&B number ‘Find your Wings’, another track from his new ‘Cherry Bomb’ album
Unfortunately, except for A$AP Rocky, the rappers weren’t quite up for it. Vince and Danny took forever to get their sets into high gear and Tyler didn’t manage it.
Wait a second, Tyler doesn’t smoke or drink??? Since when??? Not even weed? Really, shouldn’t we expect a little more from our rock stars. And while I appreciate Christian’s concerns, the truth is who cares what the UK think, there is no reason to ban him if he wrote those lyrics last nights.
Not only Tyler is re-appropriating the white power symbol, but he has put a rainbow twist on it to make it more… gay. He left a long explanation on his Tumblr under the picture of him holding hands with a white guy and wearing the new shirt
Synths and strings, dark and light, dick jokes and no hopes, money, pussy… a real disappointment but it is still Tyler, still the voice,still the deflated attitude, and still some very good songs. Just not the future of rap or the voice of his generation.
despite Wolf being a sophomore album in every meaning of the term,Tyler is with the possible exception of Kendrick, the most important rapper of the decade and this might deliver. Or it might not. So I was ready to annoint young Tyler, when I noticed Dwight Yaokum had a new album and rumors abounded that it was a return to old form… but I went with Tyler any way.
Only two things really catch my attention, Jenny Lewis on James Corden and Tyler The Creature on Tavis Smiley. Smiley is a serious culture guy and Tyler can be forced to concentrate so it should be an interesting interview
These artists died to defend our rights to speak against anything, to be able to criticize anything, even religion. Having the right to discuss and criticize any opinions is an essential human emancipation
Girls and girls and drugs and girls. Paarty songs. “That’s why the shows so cranky because I’m high on crills right now,” Earl said during Tyler’s show and Tyler agreed. “Awesssssome” he said like he just stepped out of one of his Adult Swim TV episodes. J. Cole said he’d been drinking all day.
I hate rapping. It puts you in this box. … I’m talented enough to do other things. I don’t know, I’m pretty bored with it. It’s not interesting. In the future, I want to do films. I want people to mention my name next to Wes Anderson or Quentin Tarantino. I don’t want my name to be mentioned next to other rappers at all.’
Mark Ryden, this curious artist who wraps his curious and surrealist paintings both reminiscent of the masters and cartoons around big-eyed little girls and pop culture references, has a new exhibit called ‘The Gay 90s’ at the Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles.
he rapper shouted to the crowd ‘All y’all outside the gates, y’all push through’, encouraging people to push their way in whereas the venue was already at capacity. Odd Future’s shows are already anarchic enough, so may be such incitation wasn’t necessary?Tyler led the audience in a chant of ‘Push, Push, Push’, and naturally people rushed through the gates!!