Video Premiere: Tyler, the Creator's 'She' Ft. Frank Ocean
Tyler, the Creator, the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All ringleader, has dropped a music video in support of his latest single "She". The clip directed by Wolf Haley and filmed in Los Angeles revolves around a "Goblin" who stalks a girl. Instead of taking the creepy theme like those thriller movies, it's twisted into a hilarious video.
"She" is lifted from Tyler's second studio album called "Goblin" which peaked at No. 5 on Billboard Hot 200 in the first week after being released across the United States on May 10. The song features another Odd Future member Frank Ocean.
Tyler and his Hip-Hop group often make controversies. When releasing "Yonkers", they created buzz on the web due to its homophobic lyrics directed at B.o.B, his "Airplanes" collaborator Hayley Williams and "Nothin' on You" featured guest Bruno Mars.
Similar thing also happened when Tyler's in the middle of promoting "She". Earlier on June 2, he upset Chris Brown by posting on Twitter, "Why Is Chris Brown Talking So Much S*** About Metallica? Weird." He fueled Breezy's anger by dropping an insulting comment about his blond hair, "Ni**a Look Like A Box Of Pops."
In response to those tweets, Breezy fired off, "I never claim to be no saint but by no means am I trying to promote death, violence, and destruction with my music!" Before people linked it to Rihanna's "Man Down" controversy which is currently becoming one of the hot topics, he quickly added another message, "And for all the idiots in the audience this convo wasn't for @rihanna."
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