Tyler, the Creator Raps About Waiting Too Long on ‘Come On, Let’s Go’
LATEST CELEBRITY BREAKING NEWS Ready outdoors a buddy’s home whereas they’re nonetheless preparing is probably going probably the most irritating, all-too-relatable feeling — simply ask Tyler, the Creator. On Thursday, he launched his collaboration with A Bathing Ape founder Nigo, “Come On, Let’s Go,” and its accompanying video, through which he performs the monitor whereas…
Ready outdoors a buddy's home whereas they're nonetheless preparing is probably going probably the most irritating, all-too-relatable feeling — simply ask tyler, the Creator. On Thursday, he launched his collaboration with A Bathing Ape founder Nigo, “Come On, Let's Go,” and its accompanying video, through which he performs the monitor whereas not-so-patiently idling as a date will get prepared inside (Tyler directed the video as nicely).
Sporting his signature Name Me If You Get Misplaced hat, Tyler paces the driveway by his yellow sports activities automotive, breaking a sweat whereas his girlfriend will get prepared inside a flowery home. “The way you get a perspective 'trigger I'm gettin' mad?/'Trigger you wanna take twenty minutes and a half/And on high of that, I gotta get fuel,” he raps. “Ahh, the freeway, picked up visitors/What the fuck is you doin'? We gotta dip-dip-dip-dip-dip.”
Pharrell — who produced the monitor for Nigo's I Know Nigo album out friday — makes a second-long cameo within the clip, earlier than Tyler climbs a ladder and arrives on the roof of the home because the video involves an finish.
The brand new Tyler monitor marks the fourth providing from Nigo's upcoming compilation, following Pusha T's “Hear Me Clearly,” Child Cudi's “Need It dangerous,” and A$AP Rocky's “Arya.” A$AP Ferg and Lil Uzi Vert are additionally set to look on the LP, which was executive-produced by Pharrell.
Tyler is presently on tour with Vince Staples and Kali Uchis in promotion of his LP Name Me If You Get Misplaced, which he dropped final yr.