Tyler, The Creator's been releasing a stream of new music following the release of his critically acclaimed 2017 album, Flower Boy which went on to earn him a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album of the year. Since then, he's done something he hasn't done much in the past: drop loose singles. The OF founder often focused his efforts into creating full, cohesive bodies of work. Last week, the rapper dropped off his remix to Trouble and Mike Will Made-It's "Bring It Back." Now, he follows it up with a loose song from the Flower Boy sessions.
Tyler, The Creator has released a rough draft of his song, "Rose Tinted Cheeks" which he says he originally started working on during the Flower Boy sessions. The rapper's voice is pitched all the way up on this track and has the same psychedelic feel found on his latest album. Prior to dropping the song, he took to Twitter to explain how the song came about.
"back when working on SFFB, it was a song i never finished or went back to. ive had in laying around and figured i just put it out as the demo/ rough draft it is. not really mixed or anything." He wrote, "those vocals on the hook obvi would have been a girl who could actually sing haha, its a ref yall i just come up with it."
You so hard to get like
Companies? I own four
But all i want is yours