Tyler, The Creator - Tamale

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Still hungry for more Odd Future-related material, after enjoying promo single Look just last week? Tyler, the Creator‘s got you covered. Last night, the crew frontman unveiled the official visuals for Tamale, a record he’s declared via Twitter to be “THE HARDEST SONG” on his junior set. Over his own clattering percussion and wailing vocal samples, the artist delivers verses packed with gross-out humor and gleeful provocation. The visuals, directed by Tyler under his Wolf Haley alias, are appropriately off-the-wall, featuring memorable sequences involving a butt trampoline and a giant cat. The tone abruptly shifts on the back third, when Tyler transitions into the opening verse of the emotionally-charged Answer. Fans can find both of the aforementioned records on WOLF, available now in stores and online.

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