13 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Like Goblin and Wolf before it, the third studio album from rap’s prince of misanthropy feels like a deep dive into a sometimes-unstable mind: dreamy, dark, wildly creative, and menacingly personal. Musically, Tyler continues to explore extremes, alternating between thrash (“DEATHCAMP”), junkyard funk (“PILOT”), and low-key soul-jazz like “FIND YOUR WINGS,” making for an experience with an intensity matched by its range. Featuring Pharrell (whose productions with N.E.R.D helped draw Tyler’s musical blueprint), Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and ScHoolboy Q, among others.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Like Goblin and Wolf before it, the third studio album from rap’s prince of misanthropy feels like a deep dive into a sometimes-unstable mind: dreamy, dark, wildly creative, and menacingly personal. Musically, Tyler continues to explore extremes, alternating between thrash (“DEATHCAMP”), junkyard funk (“PILOT”), and low-key soul-jazz like “FIND YOUR WINGS,” making for an experience with an intensity matched by its range. Featuring Pharrell (whose productions with N.E.R.D helped draw Tyler’s musical blueprint), Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and ScHoolboy Q, among others.

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