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Tyler, The Creator is The World’s Worst Musical Guest in New “EARFQUAKE” Video

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Featuring a cameo from Tracee Ellis Ross.

After weeks of teasing a new project, Tyler, The Creator‘s IGOR has finally landed. And in short order, the project’s first full clip makes a tender and torched lead single out of the Charlie Wilson and Playboi Carti-assisted “EARFQUAKE.”

Donning a powder blue suit and platinum blond(e) bowl cut, Tyler morphs into the world’s worst musical guest for a Tracee Ellis Ross-hosted talkshow. After an intro from the Black-ish star and a formal request to “not smoke cigarettes or anything that smokes,” T proceeds to awkwardly, but assuredly, unwind. Eventually he smokes something that smokes. And, of course, burns it all down.

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IGOR arrives nearly two years after Tyler’s critically-revered 2017 album, Scum Fuck Flower Boy. It features contributions from Frank Ocean, Pharrell, Kanye West, Solange, Santigold, and more.

Watch Tyler, The Creator’s video for “EARFQUAKE” below and pick up a copy of IGOR on iTunes today.

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Zo is a staff writer at Okayplayer where he covers music.

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