Tyler brought his Wolf tour last night to the Fox Theatre in Pomona, CA and his OFWGKTA clique joined him for his album‘s posse cut. Missed the show? HHH has more highlights below.
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After Mountain Dew pulled Tyler, The Creator’s ad for promoting racial stereotypes, Tyler spoke on the matter with Billboard. Honestly, I want to hear what Felicia the Goat has to fuckin’ say. I guess people are claiming that it’s racist, which… you know, that wasn’t even portrayed in that commercial, there’s no type of hate being portrayed in that work of art at all — which I’m confused by. But this older black dude, Dr. Boyce Watkins, I guess he […]
Tyler, The Racist? Mountain Dew recently pulled Tyler’s commercial following Dr. Boyce Watkins blog, “Mountain Dew Releases Arguably the Most Racist Commercial in History”. In the ad, Felicia The Goat (voiced by Tyler) intimidates an elderly White woman while choosing her assailant from an all Black line up. Tyler has yet to comment, but in a statement, Mountain Dew said: “We apologize for this video and take full responsibility. We have removed it from all Mountain Dew channels and Tyler is […]
YN kicked off his #CRWN live interview series this past Tuesday with Tyler, The Creator at NYC’s Highline Ballroom.
The Odd Future head honcho is not featured in the clip, but he directs and does the voice-over for Felicia The Goat in this Mountain Dew ad. Kids. UPDATE: Ad number two. UPDATE 2: Ad number three.
Following in the footsteps of his Odd Future crew, Earl made his Coachella debut yesterday in Indio, CA and brought along Tyler, Domo and Flying Lotus along with him. Enjoy the show.
Tyler, The Creator returned to late night yesterday on David Letterman’s show. Along with Domo Genesis and Earl Sweatshirt, they performed track 14 off Wolf. Nice shirt, Tyler.
Tyler’s living in a Barbie world for his self directed video in support of Wolf. Pharell’s also featured on the track, but doesn’t make a cameo.
Tyler brought his Wolf tour over to Brooklyn’s Music of Williamsburg last night. Above, Earl Sweatshirt joins him on stage for a live performance of “Whoa”.