Tyler, the Creator Discusses Frank Ocean’s A...

Tyler, the Creator Discusses Frank Ocean’s Album & Upcoming Sneaker Line

Tyler, the Creator discussed being a Frank Ocean fanboy and his upcoming projects in a recent interview.

Following the release of his latest Golf Wang collection, Tyler, the Creator sat down with GQ to discuss Frank Ocean, upcoming projects and more.

As most of us know, Frank and Tyler have a long history together, and continue to support eachothers projects. When asked what he thought about Blonde, Tyler admitted it had turned him into a fanboy.

“I liked it a lot. Like, it’s my favorite thing from him. It’s weird because I’m friends with him and this album made me so, so, so much of a fanboy. It’s crazy because I was with him when it came out, like that week or whatever, and I kept complimenting him on certain songs, certain little things that I liked in different songs.” he said. “And I low-key think he started getting annoyed cause I just kept badgering him about how much I liked the album. But I really, really fucking like it. And I’m really hyped for him and he’s hyped and shit’s great.”

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In addition to speaking about Frank, Tyler also spoke about his upcoming sneaker line. “I’m still putting finishing touches on it and trying to make sure it’s the perfect shoe so I don’t have to worry about shit later. So I can just focus on cool colorways and cool shit to do around it. So putting finishing touches on it. It’s coming soon. They’re fucking sick and I’m really hyped.”

If it wasn’t obvious from his Golf Wang clothing line, Tyler has an individual style. He went on to talk about how everyone dresses the same. Wearing “a torn tee of some band they don’t like. Some ripped jeans. A dad hat.”

On the subject of style, he also credited Gwen Stefani and Missy Elliott as the most stylish women of all time.

Read the full interview over on GQ now.



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