The most star-studded track is hands down “Smuckers,” which features Kanye West and Lil Wayne.
Riding a wave of controversy from his Coachella performance, where he tossed the F-bomb at Kendal Jenner and made fun of Dr. Dre, the talented rapper released his new album Cherry Bomb.
The entire album is a solid effort, but the most star-studded track is hands down “Smuckers,” which features Kanye West and Lil Wayne.
“Smuckers” is as hard driving and cocky as his previous efforts, but the braggadocios verses by Yeezy and Weezy make the song shine a little brighter. The three men share an even playing field when it comes to their verses’ impact. If you had to pick a winner, Kanye comes out on top, despite still talking about his foray into the fashion world.
If you can get past Tyler’s history of using the word “faggot” he’s a creative lyricist reminiscent of Eminem in his early days.
The track has potential to take his career to the next level and get a bit of radio play, something that has escaped the 24 year old thus far in his short career.
You can get Tyler’s full album now or you can wait until April 28th to get the physical copy, which features five different covers.