Tyler, The Creator's 'Wolf' album tracklist confirmed

Odd Future star's new solo LP features Frank Ocean, Trash Talk and Stereolab

Tyler, The Creator's 'Wolf' album tracklist confirmed
The tracklist for Tyler, The Creator's new solo album 'Wolf' has been confirmed.

The rapper took to Twitter to reveal the full listing which features collaborations with multiple members of Odd Future as well as a number of other artists. Frank Ocean and Earl Sweatshirt will represent Odd Future on multiple tracks as well as other group members such as Hodgy Beats, Mike G and Domo Genesis.

Frank Ocean is listed to appear on two 'Wolf' tracks, 'Slater' and 'Bimmer'. The latter sees Ocean and Tyler team up with Stereolab singer Laetitia Sadier in an unlikely collaboration. Other names on the tracklist include Pharrell, Erykah Badu and Trash Talk frontman Lee Spielman.

'Wolf' is the follow-up to Tyler, The Creator's 2011 LP 'Goblin' and is set for release on April 1. The main artwork is pictured above, and was released via Tyler's Instagram account. He has also released an alternate cover and the cover of the deluxe edition – a painting of Tyler by artist Mark Ryden. Posting on Twitter about the album, the rapper explained that he was happy people only discovered who was on the album shortly before its release.



The 'Wolf' tracklist is as follows:

'Wolf'
'Jamba' (featuring Hodgy Beats)
'Cowboy'
'Awkward'
'Domo23'
'Answer'
'Slater' (featuring Frank Ocean)
'48'
'Colossus/ The Bridge of Love'
'PartyIsntOver/Campfire/Bimmer' (featuring Laetitia Sadier And Frank Ocean)
'Ifhy' (featuring Pharrell)
'Pigs'
'Parking Lot' (featuring Casey Veggies And Mike G)
'Rusty' (featuring Domo Genesis And Earl Sweatshirt)
'Trashwang' (featuring Na’kel, Jasper, Lucas, L-Boy, Taco, Left Brain and Lee Spielman)
'Treehome95' (featuring Coco O And Erykah Badu)
'Tamale' (featuring Tallulah)
'Lone'


Tyler, The Creator will play a one-off UK show at London's O2 Islington Academy on March 30. To check the availability of Tyler, The Creator tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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