Tyler, The Creator Songs

Telephone Calls
Telephone Calls
A$AP Mob Feat. A$AP Rocky, Tyler, The Creator, Playboi Carti & Yung Gleesh
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Yesterday, ASAP Mob announced that their long-awaited project Cozy Tapes Vol. 1 will arrive on Halloween. They also announced that they would drop two new songs, "Telephone Call," and "Runner," on Friday. "Telephone Calls," a collaboration between ASAP Rocky, Tyler, the Creator, Playboi Carti, and Yung Gleesh, is possibly the best song Cozy Tapes Vol. 1 has yielded to date.
My Ego (Live)
My Ego (Live)
Tyler, The Creator
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Tyler, The Creator held a fashion show for his new Gold Wang line on Saturday, and naturally, music played a role in the event. The Odd Future rapper gave attendees a very special performance of a brand new track titled "My Ego," which he has since revealed will never be released or performed outside of that one premier. Thankfully, someone has ripped the record in fairly decent quality and made it available on SoundCloud.
Go (Gas)
Go (Gas)
Domo Genesis Feat. Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J & Tyler, The Creator
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It’s been a long time coming, but Domo Genesis’ highly anticipated debut album, Genesis, is finally ready to hit stores on March 26. Laced with 12 tracks in total, the album features a star-studded lineup consisting of Juicy J, Tyler The Creator, Wiz Khalifa, Mac Miller, Anderson. Paak, JMSN, Da$h, King Chip, and more.
Golf Media Freestyle
Golf Media Freestyle
Tyler, The Creator & A$AP Rocky
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A$AP Rocky and Tyler, the Creator have got one of the most genuine (and hilarious) partnerships in the game. Their "What the Fuck Right Now" freestyle over Kanye West's "Freestyle 4" is currently outshining the original, and, today, another joint freestyle has surfaced, taken from Rocky's recent guest appearance on Tyler's Golf Radio show. 
What The Fuck Right Now
What The Fuck Right Now
Tyler, The Creator
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Kanye West’s “Freestyle 4” is one of the more divisive songs on The Life Of Pablo. It sounds like a b-side from Yeezus and the lyrics are the opposite of subtle. That said, the beat goes extremely hard, and Tyler, the Creator apparently agrees. Yesterday A$AP Rocky shared a snippet of the song via his Snapchat and today we’ve got the full version, titled “What The Fuck Right Now.”
Loyalty? (lofi)
Loyalty? (lofi)
Hodgy
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Odd Future member Hodgy Beats released a three songs on Soundcloud today, all with the tag (lofi). “Loyalty? (lofi)” an old school record that properly evokes early 2000s backpack rap.
FUCK IT
FUCK IT
Tyler, The Creator
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With the 4th annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival just a month away, Tyler, the Creator drops off a loose single "Fuck It." "I RECORDED THAT TWO WEEKS AGO" he wrote on Twitter, announcing the song.
Yellow
Yellow
Tyler, The Creator Feat. Kali Uchis
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Following the digitial release of Tyler, The Creator's Cherry Bomb last Sunday night, physical versions are just starting to show up in stores (with Tyler live-tweeting info on where you can buy them as we speak). Included on some (if not all) physical copies is a bonus cut called "Yellow" that features "Fucking Young" collaborator Kali Uchis. 
VCR/Wheels
VCR/Wheels
Tyler, The Creator
THROWBACK
Released before Odd Future's Radical tape, Tyler, The Creator's Bastard was the project that really put the crew on the map. A disturbed, often jarring listen mostly focused on Tyler's relationship with his dad, the tape paved the way for his career, which is looking more impressive than ever after the announcement of his new album, Cherry Bomb.
FUCKING YOUNG / PERFECT
FUCKING YOUNG / PERFECT
Tyler, The Creator
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We just saw the typically bonkers video for Tyler, The Creator's new track "Fucking Young," and now we've got the audio to go along with it. The only difference is, here it's titled "FUCKING YOUNG / PERFECT."
DEATHCAMP
DEATHCAMP
Tyler, The Creator
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Last night, Tyler, The Creator announced that a new album entitled Cherry Bomb would be dropping as soon as Monday, April 13th, and along with the announcement came two new tracks. This one's called "DEATHCAMP."
Highlights
Highlights
Mike G
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Since they started getting internet buzz in 2009/2010, the Odd Future collective's sound has gone from singular and instantly recognizable to an eclectic, very loosely-connected diaspora of creativity. The Internet's new song, "Girl," illustrates this, as does the rest of the crew's recent work, but in this turbulent sea of ever-evolving OF affiliates, Mike G is an island. 
Shady's #1 (Freestyle)
Shady's #1 (Freestyle)
KXNG CROOKED
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If the artwork on Crooked I (AKA KXNG CROOKED)'s new track is to be believed, Eminem's Shady XV is currently the number one album in the country. For the Slaughterhouse member, that's reason to celebrate, as he was included on a few tracks and will most likely never sniff the top spot again. Today, he drops off a freestyle over O.T. Genasis' "CoCo" entitled "Shady's #1."
Diaper
Diaper
Tyler, The Creator
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Tyler, The Creator was planning to release his fourth solo album unannounced at this year's Odd Future Carnival, but the plans fell through, and Tyler revealed in a recent FADER interview that the song does not even have a proper theme (something that's been a constant on his releases) yet. Of course, the outspoken rapper is consistently working on music, and always seems to have some ideas and experiments lying around. Today, he's shared one of those experiments, which he refers to as a "random song" called "Diaper".
Rats (Full Version)
Rats (Full Version)
Earl Sweatshirt
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In 2010, a self-titled tape by Earl Sweatshirt emerged out of the Odd Future camp, and acted as an exclamation point on the tail of the crew's already-shocking, still very young career. Filled with lyrics even more X-rated than those on Tyler, The Creator's hair-raising Bastard tape, EARL showcased a 16-year-old MC who had a vivid, often disgusting imagination, and rapped prodigiously to boot.
Open Bar (Freestyle)
Open Bar (Freestyle)
Tyler, The Creator
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Its not often that we get a Tyler The Creator freestyle, but when we do it’s usually worth the wait. Today, the Odd Future General made his by the LA Leakers and participated in a round of “Open Bar”, where he freestyles on four random topics; grandmas, pregnant girls, bacon, and groupies. Spitting his ish right before a bathroom break, Tyler hops on OG Maco’s “U Guessed It” instrumental, and shows off his freestylin' skills for the listeners. While he admits he hasn't freestyled in a while, you would never be able to tell by this session.
Rats
Rats
Earl Sweatshirt
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Every now and then internet users deep in this shit uncover some unreleased music (or other weird vintage shit), and they are so kind as to share it with the world via YouTube or a platform like it. Noisey has a segment dedicated to digging up these sort of things, and their latest discovery is a Earl Sweatshirt record dating back to 2010 (we hypothesize), with Odd Future's Tyler, The Creator on the boards.
Aunt Wang Syrup Theme Song
Aunt Wang Syrup Theme Song
Tyler, The Creator Feat. Kali Uchis
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Tyler, The Creator is a man of many talents, besides being a rapper and producer, he's also become quite involved in design, visualizing the increasingly popular Odd Future clothing line.His latest venture appears to be maple syrup, with a new song and ad dedicated to Aunt Wang, the new brand Tyler has come up with. Of course, to promote the product (which may simply be a promotion in itself, but real bottles will reportedly be available soon), the OF boys have given us both an absurdist commercial (directed by Wolf Haley, himself), as well as an experimental ballad.
Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)
Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)
Tyler, The Creator
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Well here's a weird one. Tyler, The Creator has covered the 19th century song "Daisy Bell," best known as the "bicycle built for two" song.  The cover is part of a compilation entitled The Gay Nineties – Olde Tyme Music, put out by artist Mark Ryden in conjunction with his art exhibit in L.A. called "The Gay Nineties West." The compilation features artists such as Katy Perry and Weird Al Yankovic all covering "Daisy Bell," ending up with a diverse collection of versions of the same song.
Cowboy (Original)
Cowboy (Original)
Tyler, The Creator
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Tyler, the Creator's album Wolf dropped a year ago on April 1st, and while discussing the impact it's had on Twitter, the Odd Future frontman decided to let go the original version of the album cut "Cowboy." The OG version is quite similar to the one that landed on the album, but still, let us know which one you like better. Listen to the album version here.