Tyler, The Creator makes a new Freestyle song called Ziploc
Over Jay-Z & No I.D.’s stunning “4:44” instrumental, Tyler lets his frustration guide the rhymes as he airs out anyone still sleeping on his latest project.
Lyrically, Tyler spared no detail on his personal life, which led to many feeling more connected to the rapper than ever before. In short, he’s come a long way since the days of the ominous, yet dope “Yonkers.”
Tyler’s always been a solid all-around rapper, with clever lyrics, and amazing voice, and a sharp flow, but albums like Cherry Bomb cast rhymes aside in favor of sonic experimentation. However, it would appear that Tyler has been struck with a lightning bolt of inspiration, proving that even after dropping an album, he still has gas left in the tank. In fact, on his latest drop, Tyler sounds downright frustrated.