Tyler, the Creator Announces Wolf LP

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Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All’s voracious ringleader, Tyler, the Creator has just announced his second commercially released LP, after this year’s widely loved/hated thinkpiece subject, Goblin (read our thoughts on the album here). The album will be called Wolf and should be out in May, around Goblin‘s one year anniversary.

Here is what the young MC had to say about the album:

“Talking about rape and cutting bodies up, it just doesn’t interest me anymore… What interests me is making weird hippie music for people to get high to. With Wolf, I’ll brag a little more, talk about money and buying shit. But not like any other rapper, I’ll be a smart-ass about it. Now it’s just girls throwing themselves at me and shit, but I got a girl back home. People who want the first album again, I can’t do that. I was 18, broke as fuck. On my third album, I have money and I’m hanging out with my idols. I can’t rap about the same shit.”

Tyler, the Creator is growing up? Well then, because we might not get another track like it again, listen to this ridiculously twisted, pitch-shifted take on Goblin highlight “Tron Cat,” dubbed as the Wolf Haley version. (via)

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